HOLYOAKE,George Jacob. John Stuart Mill as some of the Working Classes knew him. An answer to a letter circulated by "The author of the article in the 'Times' on Mr Mill's death."London, Trübner & Co 1873
Octavo, disbound, pp.29
First and only edition, by the atheist campaigner Jacob Holyoake defending Mill from the attacks of Abraham Hayward. Abraham Hayward, an antagonist of Mill's for 50 years, had written an obituary described as "a vengeful piece of character assassination", and referring to Mill's youthful 'foolish scheme for carrying out the Malthusian principle'.