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Appendix A: The Manuscripts - John Stuart Mill, The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXIX - Public and Parliamentary Speeches Part II July 1869 - March 1873 
The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXIX - Public and Parliamentary Speeches Part II July 1869 - March 1873, ed. John M. Robson and Bruce L. Kinzer (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1988).
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No. 40. The Westminster Election . Mill-Taylor Collection, II/1/12. It consists of 4 sheets of writing paper, unwatermarked, folded and placed sequentially to make 8 ff., 13.0 × 20.6 cm. Written recto and verso to 7r; 7v and 8r and v blank. Untitled.
No. 50. Representation of the People . Harvard University, MS ENG 1105. It consists of 5 sheets (unwatermarked blue French paper) folded to make 10 ff.: ff. 1-4 and 9-10, 19.3 by 24.5 cm.; ff. 5-6, 20.3 by 25.1 cm.; ff. 7-8, 20.3 by 25.5 cm. Untitled, it is written recto only, except for an insertion on 3v.
No. 67. The Disturbances in Jamaica. A fragment of the manuscript is in Yale University Library, John Stuart Mill Papers, Box 2, MS #350. It consists of the bottom part of a folio, torn across the top and on the left, 20.4 by 12.2 cm., on unwatermarked blue French paper, untitled and written recto only. “Unimp[ortant]” is written at the bottom of recto and on verso in Helen Taylor’s hand, and someone has (correctly) pencilled “” on the verso.
No. 178. Women’s Suffrage . Mill-Taylor Collection, Vol. XLI, item 3, ff. 38-47. It consists of 5 sheets (unwatermarked blue French paper), folded to make 10 ff., 20.4 × 26.0 cm. Untitled, it is written recto only, concluding on f. 10r, leaving the bottom 1/4 blank.
No. 179. The Education Bill. Houghton Library, Harvard University, Autograph file A.MS. *49M-85, donated by Mrs. Norman Himes, 1949. It consists of 3 sheets folded to make 6 ff., 20.3 by 25.5 cm., on unwatermarked blue French paper, headed in Mill’s hand: “Speech at the meeting of the Education League at St James’s Hall, March 25, 1870.” Written recto only to 5v, except for insertion on 3v; 6r and v blank.
App. F. War and Peace. This fragment is in the Houghton Library, Harvard University, Autograph file A.MS *49M-85, part of the Himes donation. It consists of 2 sheets, folded to make 4 ff., 20.3 by 25.5 cm., on unwatermarked blue French paper, untitled, written recto only, with only one-half of 2r and two-thirds of 4r covered. Though the fragment is in Mill’s hand, on 2r is written in Helen Taylor’s hand, “H T. Febr 1871”; in fact the speech is hers.