Definition of John mill
1. Noun. English philosopher and economist remembered for his interpretations of empiricism and utilitarianism (1806-1873).
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1. James Mill: A Biography by Alexander Bain (1882)
"This would scarcely be worth mentioning, but that it recalls a curious remark that I heard john mill make. He said that he was elected to the club by this ..."
2. Thomas Carlyle: A History of His Life in London, 1834-1881 by James Anthony Froude (1885)
"... from Journal—London society— Literature as a profession—john mill—The burnt ... young men who were themselves afterwards to become famous, to john mill, ..."
3. Memories of Old Friends: Being Extracts from the Journals and Letters of by Caroline Fox, John Stuart Mill (1883)
"After a most happy day we walked off, john mill accompanying us through the Park. ... john mill wrote him the other day that he would gladly exchange powers ..."
4. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies by John Burke, Bernard Burke (1844)
"SIB john mill, who m. Margaret, daughter of < -i'iu'1 Henry Sandys, ... SIR JOHN MILL-MOBY (having assumed the additional name in compliance with the will ..."