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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS - John Stuart Mill, The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume VI - Essays on England, Ireland, and the Empire 
The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume VI - Essays on England, Ireland, and the Empire, ed. John M. Robson, Introduction by Joseph Hamburger (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1982).
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for permission to publish manuscript material, we are indebted to the King’s School, Canterbury, to the Houghton Library, the Yale University Library, and the National Provincial Bank (literary executors and residual legatees of Mary Taylor, Mill’s step-grand-daughter). Their librarians have been most gracious to us, as have those of the Archives Nationales du Québec, the British Library, the New York Public Library, Somerville College, the University of London, the University of Toronto, and Victoria University. The unfailing competence, zeal, and co-operation of the staff of the University of Toronto Press, and especially of our copy-editor, Rosemary Shipton, earn as always our unstinted thanks. Individuals who have generously aided include the members of the Editorial Committee, and Robert Adolph, William Baker, John Beattie, Joan Bigwood, J.M.S. Careless, Martin Davies, M.L. Friedland, F.D. Hoeniger, J.R. de J. Jackson, Bennett Kovrig, W.E. McLeod, Peter Munsche, Peter J. Parsons, Alan Ryan, H.G. Schogt, C.A. Silber, James Steintrager, William Thomas, D.F.S. Thomson, and Elizabeth Zyman.
Our greatest benefactor is the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, whose generous Major Editorial Project Grant supports both publication and the work of our talented and dedicated editorial team. For this volume, most of the credit goes to Marion Filipiuk, Bruce Kinzer (now, alas, lost to us by translation to the Department of History at McMaster University), Maureen Clarke, Rea Wilmshurst, Mary O’Connor, Allison Taylor, and Mark Johnson. My wife, the historian, has as ever lessened my still manifold sins of omission and commission by developing my understanding and appreciation of the English and the past.