John Stuart Mill, The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXVI - Journals and Debating Speeches Part I 
The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXVI - Journals and Debating Speeches Part I, ed. John M. Robson (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1988).
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Vol. 26 of the 33 vol. Collected Works contains Mill’s juvenile writings from the 1820s such as journals, notebooks, and debating speeches.
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- Textual Introduction
- France 1820–21
- 1.: Journal and Notebook of a Year In France May 1820 to July 1821
- 2.: Traité De Logique 1820-21
- Chapitre I: ConsidÉrations GÈnÉrales
- Chapitre II: Des IdÉes En GÈnÉral
- Chapitre III: Sources OÙ Nous Puisons Nos IdÉes
- Chapitre IV: Classification Des IdÉes
- Chapitre V: Des Notions Abstraites
- Chapitre VI: De La Division
- Chapitre VII: De La DÉfinition
- Chapitre VIII: Du Langage
- Chapitre IX: De L’origine Des IdÉes
- 3.: Lecture Notes On Logic 1820-21
- Debating Speeches 1823–29
- 4.: The Utility of Knowledge 1823
- 5.: Parliamentary Reform  August 1824
- 6.: Parliamentary Reform  August 1824
- 7.: Population: Proaemium 1825
- 8.: Population 1825
- 9.: Population: Reply to Thirlwall 1825
- 10.: Cooperation: First Speech 1825
- 11.: Cooperation: Intended Speech 1825
- 12.: Cooperation: Closing Speech 1825
- 13.: Cooperation: Notes 1825
- 14.: Influence of the Aristocracy 9 December, 1825
- 15.: Primogeniture 20 January, 1826
- 16.: Catiline’s Conspiracy 28 February, 1826
- 17.: The Universities  7 April, 1826
- 18.: The Universities  7 April, 1826
- 19.: The British Constitution  19 May [?], 1826
- 20.: The British Constitution  19 May, 1826
- 21.: The Influence of Lawyers 30 March, 1827?
- 22.: The Use of History 1827
- 23.: The Coalition Ministry 29 June, 1827
- 24.: The Present State of Literature 16 November, 1827
- 25.: The Church 15 February, 1828
- 26.: Perfectibility 2 May, 1828
- 27.: Wordsworth and Byron 30 January, 1829
- 28.: Montesquieu 3 April, 1829