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The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill. The Earlier Letters by John Stuart Mill

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3. William Wilberforce (1759-1833), the great Evangelical abolitionist. 4. A bill enacted Aug. 19, 1839, because of Portugal's failure to abofish the slave trade in accordance with treaties of 1810, 1815, and 1817. See Annual Register, LXXXI (1839), 242 ft. Letter 268 To Gustave d'Eichthal 413 ciples of international law is very doubtful) was to assume the fight of search, capture, & condemnation of Portuguese vessels in our own Admiralty Courts, in all cases in which the same fights could be exercised over English vessels; including cases in which the only proof of a ship's being destined for the slave trade, is the appearance & fitting-up of the vessel itself.

Our people are not ripe for any generalLzations of so wide & ambitious a kind--for which even you have only been prepared by St Simonism. And you know very well that large ideas must be made to look like small ones here, or people will turn away from them. This is not a place for speculative men, except (at most) within the limits of ancient & traditional Christianity. The chief recent development of scientific speculation here is one of reaction, similar to that of De Maistre. a Have you heard of the new Oxford school?

The sermon was reprinted several times. , 1838), 396--415. For a discussion of the sermon and the subsequentcontroversy,see Henry P. , London, 1893-97), II, 16-20. • • • 184o • • • 271. H. Wed_ [Feb.

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