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Appendix A - 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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England and Ireland
First Draft (Dec., 1867-Jan., 1868)
ms in two parts, ff. 3, 6-11 in the Harvard University Library, f. 12 in the Yale University Library (other ff. lost). The full text of the surviving part of the MS is presented here, keyed to the text of the 5th ed. (505-32 above) by superscript page numbers and Greek letters. E.g., the first passage below begins “511α-α”, meaning that the equivalent passage in the 5th ed. appears on 511 and is enclosed in that version by superscript alphas. “H” and “Y” are used to indicate the sections in Harvard and Yale. The breaks between the entries are, of course, not found in the MS, but are introduced here to facilitate comparison. The sequence of Greek letters is established in the apparatus to the 5th ed.; therefore some letters do not appear here (because Mill expanded the text in rewriting; see, e.g., 523λ-λ), and in two cases the sequence is broken (because Mill reordered part of the text; see 527χ-χ, ψ-ψ). Editorial notes (in square brackets and italics) indicate when necessary the relations between the MS and the printed versions. For a descriptive account of the MS, see lxi-lxii and lxiii-lxiv above.