London, England - This city is the birthplace of John Stuart Mill, Jeremy Bentham and Harriot Taylor.
Avignon - This is the location where John Stuart Mill and Harriot Taylor lived their last days.
East India Company - This was a company that is mentioned repeatedly in the book due to its personal relationship with the author of the book. The author and his father both worked with this company.
Member of Parliament - This is the title used to refer to the British version of highly important representatives of the British people in and as part of the government.
Buddhism - This is a religion the author mentions in Chapter 2. Essentially, to readers this means that despite the time differential one discovers that J.S. Mill was rather worldly or at the very least well aware of some diversity amongst people.
lions - These come up...
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