London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1869. 8vo (8 in, 20.3 cm). , 188 pp.
First edition: John Stuart Mill (1806-73), philosopher and political economist, advocated for women's suffrage. "I saw no more reason why women should be held in legal subjection to other people, than why men should. I was certain that their interests required fully as much protection as those of men, and were quite as little likely to obtain it without an equal voice in making the laws by which they were to be bound." - Mill, Autobiography, p. 244.
NCBEL 1552. CBEL Vol. 4, 2561. British Museum Vol. 160, 363. OCEL p. 664. DNB Vol. 37, p. 390-99. Publisher's yellow pebbled cloth with gilt-lettered spine and blind-stamped sides. Brown coated endpapers. Edmonds and Remnant binder's ticket to rear pastedown. Spine rolled and sunned, extremities worn, binding soiled; hinges cracked, pages intemittently foxed with light penciling and toning. Unsophisticated first edition in yellow binding. Good only. Item #1049