McCosh, James. An Examination of Mr J S Mill's Philosophy; being a defence of fundamental truth. New York Robert Carter & Brothers 1866
Octavo, publishers brown cloth, spine lettered gilt, a little worn, pp.v + (1) + 7-434 + (2) adverts.
First edition. James McCosh [1811-1894], from 1851-68 he was Professor of Logic at Queen's College, Belfast, and thereafter President of Princeton College, New Jersey. He wrote several works on philosophy, including Method of the Divine Government (1850), Intuitions of the Mind inductively investigated (1860), and Laws of Discursive Thought (1870).