The militia could not be compelled to serve overseas, but it was seen as a training reserve for the army, as bounties were offered to men who opted to 'exchange' from the militia to the regular army. The Parliament of Ireland passed an act in raising regiments of militia in each county and county corporate. Membership was restricted to Protestants between the ages of 16 and In , during the Napoleonic Wars , the Irish militia were reorganised to form thirty-seven county and city regiments.
While officers of the reorganised force were Protestant, membership of the other ranks was now made available to members of all denominations. In the late 17th century came calls for the resurrection of militia in Scotland that had the understated aim of protecting the rights of Scots from English oppression.
The old traditional system continued, so that militia regiments only existed in some places. This was resented by some and the Militia Club, soon to become the Poker Club , was formed to promote the raising of a Scottish militia.
This and several other Edinburgh clubs became the crucible of the Scottish Enlightenment. The Militia Act empowered Scottish Lord Lieutenants to raise and command militia regiments in each of the "Counties, Stewartries, Cities, and Places" under their jurisdiction. Although muster rolls were prepared as late as , the element of compulsion was abandoned, and the militia transformed into a volunteer force, revived by the Militia Act of It was intended to be seen as an alternative to the army.
Men would volunteer and undertake basic training for several months at an army depot. Thereafter, they would return to civilian life, but report for regular periods of military training usually on the weapons ranges and an annual two-week training camp. In return, they would receive military pay and a financial retainer, a useful addition to their civilian wage. Of course, many saw the annual camp as the equivalent of a paid holiday. The militia thus appealed to agricultural labourers, colliers and the like, men in casual occupations , who could leave their civilian job and pick it up again.
Until the militia were an entirely infantry force, but from that year a number of county infantry regiments were converted to artillery and new ones raised.
In the militia of Anglesey and Monmouthshire were converted to engineers. Under the reforms , introduced by Secretary of State for War Hugh Childers in , the remaining militia infantry regiments were redesignated as numbered battalions of regiments of the line, ranking after the two regular battalions. Typically, an English, Welsh or Scottish regiment would have two militia battalions the 3rd and 4th and Irish regiments three numbered 3rd—5th.
The militia must not be confused with the volunteer units created in a wave of enthusiasm in the second half of the nineteenth century. In contrast with the Volunteer Force , and the similar Yeomanry Cavalry , they were considered rather plebeian. The militia was transformed into the Special Reserve by the military reforms of Haldane in the reforming post Liberal government.
In the militia infantry battalions were redesignated as "reserve" and a number were amalgamated or disbanded. Numbered Territorial Force battalions, ranking after the Special Reserve, were formed from the volunteer units at the same time.
Altogether, infantry battalions, 33 artillery regiments and two engineer regiments of special reservists were formed.
The special reserve units remained in Britain throughout the First World War , but their rank and file did not, since the object of the special reserve was to supply drafts of replacements for the overseas units of the regiment.
The original militiamen soon disappeared, and the battalions simply became training units. The Special Reserve reverted to its militia designation in , then to Supplementary Reserve in , though the units were effectively placed in "suspended animation" until disbanded in The name was briefly revived in the Military Training Act , in the aftermath of the Munich Crisis.
Leslie Hore-Belisha , Secretary of State for War, wished to introduce a limited form of conscription , not known in peacetime Britain since the militia of the early 19th century and previously. It was thought that calling the conscripts 'militiamen' would make this more acceptable, as it would render them distinct from the rest of the army. Only single men aged 20 up to the day before their 22nd birthday were to be conscripted, for six months full-time training before discharge into the reserve with a free suit of civilian clothing.
Although the first intake was called up in late July , the declaration of war on 3 September entailed implementation of full-time conscription for all men aged 18—41, superseding the militia, never to be revived.
Three units still maintain their militia designation in the British Army. Additionally, the Atholl Highlanders are a ceremonial infantry militia maintained by the Duke of Atholl —they are the only legal private army in Europe. Various other part-time, home defence organisations have been raised during times of crisis or perceived threat, although without the word "militia" in their title.
These have included:. The various non-state paramilitary groups involved in the 20th-century conflicts in Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland , such as the various Irish Republican Army groups and loyalist paramilitaries, could also be described as militias and are occasionally referred to as such. Created as a non-partisan force to defend Northern Ireland "against armed attack or sabotage", it eventually peaked at 11 battalions with 7, men and women.
As a result of defence cuts it was eventually reduced to 7 battalions before being amalgamated with the Royal Irish Rangers in to form the "Home Service Battalions" of the Royal Irish Regiment. The history of militia in the United States dates from the colonial era, such as in the American Revolutionary War. Because there was no standing English Army before the English Civil War , and subsequently the English Army and later the British Army had few regulars garrisoning North America, colonial militia served a vital role in local conflicts, particularly in the French and Indian Wars.
Before shooting began in the American War of Independence , American revolutionaries took control of the militia system, reinvigorating training and excluding men with Loyalist inclinations. The revolutionaries also created a full-time regular army—the Continental Army —but because of manpower shortages the militia provided short-term support to the regulars in the field throughout the war.
In colonial era Anglo-American usage, militia service was distinguished from military service in that the latter was normally a commitment for a fixed period of time of at least a year, for a salary , whereas militia was only to meet a threat, or prepare to meet a threat, for periods of time expected to be short.
Militia persons were normally expected to provide their own weapons, equipment, or supplies, although they may later be compensated for losses or expenditures. With the Constitutional Convention of and Article 1 Section 8 of the United States Constitution , control of the army and the power to direct the militia of the states was concurrently delegated to the federal Congress.
Proponents describe a key element in the concept of "militia" was that to be "genuine" it not be a "select militia", composed of an unrepresentative subset of the population. This was an argument presented in the ratification debates. The first legislation on the subject was the Militia Act of which provided, in part:.
That each and every free able-bodied white male citizen of the respective States, resident therein, who is or shall be of age of eighteen years, and under the age of forty-five years except as is herein after excepted shall severally and respectively be enrolled in the militia, Prior to the War of Independence the officers of militia units were commissioned by the royal governors.
During the war they were commissioned either by the legislature or the chief executive of the state. After the war, commissions were typically granted by the state's chief executive. Brand New Day June 30, 0. Sleepwalking April 2, 0. Online Dating February 11, 0. Add it to your IMDbPage. This suggests that metabolic signals that are derived from the gut microbiota actively and constantly influence the physiological status of the BBB, a site quite distant from their origin.
However, it is unknown whether other SCFAs or microbial-derived signals, or even microbial species may also play a role in influencing BBB permeability.
This finding has important implications in other physiological processes: it indicates that serum metabolites that normally do not cross into the brain parenchyma, may potentially cross the BBB based on the status of the microbiota, providing a mechanism for gut microbes to control concentrations of numerous metabolites that can act directly on neurological systems Figure 2. Intestinal microbes are capable of fermenting complex carbohydrates into short chain fatty acids SCFAs.
A Microbially-produced SCFAs signal to epithelial cells that create the blood-brain barrier BBB and increase production of the tight junction proteins claudin-5 and occludin. This leads to a tight and selective barrier, preventing undesired metabolites from entering the brain parenchyma.
B In the absence of microbial fermentation, no SCFA signaling occurs, and tight junction proteins are repressed.
This leads to increased permeability of the BBB, and a loss of the selective barrier to serum metabolites. While it has been observed that changes to neurophysiology can be mediated by the microbiome, the precise mechanism by which this influence occurs is still unclear.
Although altering the permeability of the BBB would change the flux of serum metabolites into and out of the brain, there are potentially more direct ways in which the microbiome can alter neurological function. One of the most direct mechanisms could be through controlling the concentration of various neurotransmitters, both in the brain and in the periphery.
For example, 5-HT levels in peripheral serum are decreased in the absence of the gut microbiota Wikoff et al. This decrease corresponds to lower levels of 5-HT metabolites and precursors in the intestinal luminal contents and urine Marcobal et al.
Release of 5-HT by enterochromaffin cells is necessary for modulating colonic motility Fukumoto et al. It has recently been demonstrated that microbial-derived SCFAs are capable of inducing 5-HT production by enterochromaffin cells, in vitro and in animals Reigstad et al.
Additionally, 5-HT is not known to cross the blood-brain barrier, and therefore the microbiome control of 5-HT turnover in the brain may instead occur through alterations in 5-HT precursor levels O'Mahony et al.
In particular, the essential amino acid tryptophan is a central precursor to 5-HT synthesis. Tryptophan itself is generated by the intestinal microbiota, and tryptophan present in the periphery is capable of crossing the BBB where it can then participate in 5-HT synthesis O'Mahony et al.
Nonetheless, even local stimulation and production of 5-HT in the GI tract would have important effects on host physiology, since 5-HT modulates gastrointestinal motility Berger et al.
Intriguingly, 5-HT levels in the gut can be restored in GF mice following colonization with a defined cocktail of spore forming gut bacteria Yano et al. Non-SCFA metabolites produced by this microbial community stimulate gut enterochromafin cells to produce 5-HT, compensating for a defect in platelet activity and coagulation a process known to be regulated by 5-HT.
Consequences of 5-HT regulation by bacteria in the intestine on the concentration of 5-HT in the brain and on behavior in mice remain unknown; however, the prevalent usage of SSRIs, which increase the concentration of 5-HT serotonin at the synapse, warrants interest in the potential of developing probiotic therapies as an alternative treatment for major depressive disorder and anxiety.
Serum levels of other neurotransmitters are also decreased in the absence of the gut microbiota. Dopamine and GABA are decreased in the serum of GF mice, and specific precursors and metabolites of these are also altered in the intestine Matsumoto et al.
Exactly how gut bacteria alter the levels of these neurotransmitters remains to be determined. Direct signals from the microbiota to neurotransmitter-producing cells, such as the enterochromaffin cells or even to enteric neurons and glia may trigger neurotransmitter production.
While such signaling to neurotransmitter producing cells is one way in which the microbiota may influence neurotransmitter concentrations, gut dwelling bacteria also directly produce small molecules with potential to act as neurotransmitters. In turn, these may act as signals to gastrointestinal cells, or make their way to the periphery and potentially the brain, and ultimately influence neurological function.
It has been known for many years that specific species of gut bacteria are capable of producing small molecules such as serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, GABA and acetylcholine, possible bioactive neuropeptides Wall et al. However, it is unknown whether the microbially-derived molecules can act directly on host receptors as neurotransmitters. Recently, it has been observed that the specific human gut microbes Clostridium sporogenes and Ruminococcus gnavus are capable of producing the neurotransmitter tryptamine through decarboxylation of tryptophan Williams et al.
In the brain, tryptamine plays a role in the inhibitory response to 5-HT, through its action on the trace amine-associated receptor, and may modulate mood and appetite Zucchi et al. In the gut, tryptamine can also induce enterochromaffin cells to release 5-HT.
While tryptamine can in fact cross the blood-brain barrier from serum, it is yet unknown whether gut microbiota-produced tryptamine is trafficked from the GI tract to the CNS, and subsequently influences neurological function. Another potential neurotransmitter that is produced by bacteria present in the gut is tyramine.
Multiple microorganisms, including Lactobacillus brevis and Enterococcus species, are capable of decarboxylating tyrosine to tyramine Lucas et al. Since tyramine has been shown to modulate motor function in worms, as well as trace amine-associated receptors in mammals Zucchi et al.
Similarly, 5-HT is produced by a number of gut microbes in vitro , specifically many lactic acid bacteria Ozogul et al. While GABA and 5-HT are not known to cross the BBB, intestinally-derived and therefore likely microbiota-derived production of these molecules may instead act locally on the vagus nerve, or through signaling via the periphery Barrett et al. In the intestine, GABA is important for modulating motility, emptying and secretion in the intestine; in the periphery, it controls aspects of stress and thermoregulation Hyland and Cryan, ; Li et al.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, most neurotransmitters are found in the gut at levels equal to or exceeding those in the brain. Furthermore, the proportion of total body levels of various neurotransmitters is greater in the gut than the brain. Neurotransmitters or other molecules derived from gut microbes have the potential to modulate activity of the vagus nerve, the primary nerve connecting the ENS to the CNS, and subsequently influence brain function Bravo et al.
It is also possible that microbially-derived metabolites which can act as precursors to neurotransmitter production such as tryptophan and may cross through the intestinal barrier and the BBB, could subsequently influence both systemic and CNS neurotransmitter concentrations. It is important to note, however, that many of these studies describing neurotransmitter production by intestinal bacteria have been performed in vitro , and thus it is not known precisely whether these bacteria utilize such metabolic pathways in vivo , and if so, when these specific gut microbes produce these compounds.
Nevertheless, it is an interesting prospect that the intestinal microbiota act to produce neurotransmitters and directly modulate the nervous system Lyte, Such findings open up exciting possibilities in understanding how the microbiome may affect function of the nervous system, through the creation of bioactive metabolites that are capable of modulating CNS activity via several modes of gut-brain connection.
Interactions between the microbiota and the nervous system may be indirect. Growing data indicate that the peripheral immune system can influence neurological function and behavior. In fact, immune signaling has been shown to cause or allow progression of certain neurological disorders, including neurodegenerative diseases and psychological illness such as anxiety and depression.
One of the better-known examples of immune-mediated effects on neurological function is sickness behavior Figure 3. This behavior is characterized by appetite suppression, decreased motor activity, loss of social interaction and reduced cognition Dantzer et al. Microbial-associated molecular patterns MAMPs , such as lipopolysaccharide LPS , bacterial lipoprotein BLP , flagellin, CpG DNA, among others, activate various cells immune system, particularly innate immune cells such as macrophages, neutrophils, and dendritic cells.
Once in the brain, these cytokines act on receptors expressed by neurons and glial cells, particularly microglia brain-resident, innate immune phagocytes , altering their activation status and physiology Dantzer et al. In the periphery, these cytokines are capable of acting on receptors in afferent nerves, promoting alterations in the signals leading from distant, peripheral body sites to the CNS.
In further support of pro-inflammatory cytokines mediating the onset of this behavior, treatment with anti-inflammatory mediators, such as IGF-1 and IL, prevents sickness behavior Bluthe et al.
S4, A and B and then examined for differences in polar ejection forces in the monastrol assay described in this section Fig. S5, C and D; and Videos 4 and 5. The percentage of the respective protein levels after siRNA transfection was determined in Fig. The majority of Kif4A-depleted cells formed multipolar spindles that resulted in erroneous chromosome segregation Videos 4 and 5.
This observation is consistent with Mazumdar et al. In GTSE1-depleted cells, we only detected multipolar spindle formation after chromosome alignment defects. The differences in phenotypes observed may reflect the fact that GTSE1 depletion only diminishes, but does not eliminate, Kif4A on chromosome arms Figs. Although research of yeast and other model systems has been instrumental in identifying key basic components of cell division, vertebrates have elaborated additional regulatory mechanisms, at least some of which remain to be identified and characterized.
In this study, we used bioinformatics to identify GTSE1 as a novel mitotic regulator. Depletion of GTSE1 from cells greatly enhances the incidence of chromosome alignment defects and formation of multipolar spindles. Previous studies have reported that depletion of Kif4A results in chromosome alignment defects Mazumdar et al. However, we found the strongest effect of Kif4A depletion on spindle pole integrity, consistent with Mazumdar et al.
Mechanistically, GTSE1 depletion increases the stability of the slow turnover population of microtubules in the mitotic spindle, and this in turn reduces Aurora B recruitment and activity on chromosome arms.
Parenthetically, we note that many mitosis researchers using tubulin photoactivation to study microtubule dynamics equate the slow turnover population with kinetochore microtubules and the fast population with nonkinetochore microtubules.
However, in our opinion, this categorization has never been rigorously tested, is most likely simplistic, and more likely reflects the limitations of our analysis. We believe it possible and in fact likely that spindle microtubules exhibit a broad range of dynamics and that our current methods are too crude to detect all.
For this reason, we prefer to discuss the range of mitotic microtubule turnover rates from slow to fast, the two patterns distinguishable by photoactivation.
During mid-mitosis, GTSE1 stops tip tracking and associates with the lattice of spindle microtubules, specifically with those undergoing slow turnover Fig.
Depletion of GTSE1 increases the proportion of slow turnover microtubules and also decreases their rate of turnover Figs. The differences in half-life observed in the more stable microtubules after GTSE1 depletion may be in part a consequence of higher stability, leading to a decrease in tubulin dimer availability.
Overall, our data indicate that GTSE1 accumulates on and primarily regulates the more stable microtubules within the mitotic spindle by promoting their turnover.
The precise molecular mechanisms by which GTSE1 regulates turnover of microtubules will require in vitro analysis to be pursued in future studies. Instead, during this time, GTSE1 is found to bind the lattice of the slow-turnover microtubules of the mitotic spindle Fig.
This observation may provide a key link between GTSE1 localization throughout mitosis and regulation of its plus end microtubule tip tracking activity. This redistribution of GTSE1 and the increased turnover of the slow microtubule population may enhance the ability of EB1 at microtubule plus ends to activate Aurora B on chromosome arms.
GTSE1 undergoes dynamic relocalization during mitosis. GTSE1 relocalization allows it to promote turnover of the slow-turnover microtubule population. Upon anaphase onset, GTSE1 microtubule plus end tip tracking is reinstated, allowing GTSE1 to primarily decorate the fast-turnover astral microtubule population. It is noteworthy that both destabilization and hyperstabilization of spindle microtubules reduce Aurora B activity on chromosome arms Fig. This finding suggests that the proper balance of dynamic microtubules is essential to maintain optimal Aurora B activity on arms.
The plus end tracking protein EB1 interacts with Aurora B and enhances its activity by blocking its dephosphorylation Sun et al. We speculate that EB1 targeted by dynamic fast turnover microtubules may stimulate Aurora B kinase activity to recruit and possibly activate Kif4A on chromosome arms. We speculate that loss of normal association with chromosome arms may result in degradation of these proteins. Kif4A is known to be phosphorylated by Aurora B in anaphase Takahashi et al.
Whether Kif4A is the direct target of phosphorylation by Aurora B in prometaphase or whether the effect of Aurora B for Kif4A association with chromosome arms is indirect is a critical question for future investigation. At centromeres, depletion of GTSE1 had a modest effect, revealing a slight decrease in the amount of Aurora B but a slight increase in Aurora B kinase activity. The functional consequence of these slight changes in Aurora B localization and activity at centromeres after GTSE1 depletion remains unknown.
Aurora B is recruited to centromere regions by Haspin, Bub1, and Mps1 kinases, which are concentrated there Kelly et al.
The important roles of Aurora B in regulating kinetochore assembly, functions in chromosome movement, and checkpoint signaling are well documented Adams et al. However, it has been difficult to study the roles of Aurora B at chromosome arms because of the difficulty of separating functions there from those at centromeres and kinetochores. Our evidence indicates that GTSE1 promotion of Aurora B on chromosome arms functions to promote normal chromosome movement and spindle integrity.
One target is Kif4A, but increased microtubule stability caused by GTSE1 depletion may also affect other mitotic pathways including those that impact kinetochores. The study of GTSE1 has a relatively brief but highly varied history. However, endogenous GTSE1 protein levels are very tightly regulated throughout the cell cycle, becoming detectable only in G2, peaking during mitosis, and being wholly degraded upon mitotic exit and entry into G1 Fig.
A second problem has been the reliance on exogenous expression of GTSE1 in cells, which results in exaggerated expression of GTSE1 at points in the cell cycle when endogenous levels are extremely low Monte et al. A third potential explanation could be differences in cell cycle regulation in different cell types. Recently, Bendre et al. However, whereas we report that depletion of GTSE1 increases stability of the slow turnover population of spindle microtubules, they report the opposite, namely that GTSE1 loss leads to higher turnover because of the reduced inhibition of MCAK microtubule depolymerase activity.
What might underlie this discrepancy? Selecting worker representatives. Workers are represented by a recognized bargaining representative. The union usually designates the worker representative to accompany the CSHO. There is a plant safety committee and no recognized bargaining representative. The worker members of that committee or the workers at large will designate the worker representative.
There is neither a recognized bargaining representative nor a plant safety committee. The workers themselves may select their representative, or the CSHO will determine if any other worker would be suitable to be a representative. There is no authorized worker representative.
The CSHO must consult with a reasonable number of workers concerning safety and health matters in the workplace. WILLFUL A violation that the employer intentionally and knowingly commits or a violation that the employer commits with plain indifference to the law.
SERIOUS A violation where there is substantial probability that death or serious physical harm could result and that the employer knew, or should have known, of the hazard.
Ask the class if they can think of an example of: a serious violation. An example would be not providing guarding or fall protection for workers on a 25 foot scaffold. An example of this type of violation could be an area with poor housekeeping, creating a tripping hazard.
The most likely result would be abrasions or bruises. However, this would only be the case if there were no sharp objects, broken glass, etc. What are the types of OSHA violations? Answers: If a worker files a complaint, if there is a fatality, if there is an imminent danger situation, etc. Some sources are: Employer or supervisor, co-workers and union representatives - OSHA encourages workers and employers to work together to reduce hazards. If possible, you should discuss safety and health problems with your employer.
You can also talk over your concerns with other workers or your union representatives if there is a union. If you are working with a chemical, the MSDS can give you important information about its hazards and the precautions and personal protective equipment needed to work safely with it.
Labels and warning signs - Labels and signs can show hazard information to workers and can be useful in providing additional information and making you aware of a potential safety or health hazard.
However, signs are not intended to take the place of actual hazard correction. For example, a "Danger" sign on an unguarded piece of machinery does not meet OSHA requirements because the hazard is still present. OSHA standards such as those for hazard communication, egress, confined space and Bloodborne Pathogens require labels and signs.
The employer must make sure that each sign or label posted can be understood by all workers, so the signs must be bilingual if workers do not understand or read English. Employee orientation manuals or other training materials - Orientation manuals and training materials about your job should include information about how to work safely.
As we discussed earlier in this session, employers are required to provide training to workers exposed to certain hazards, including chemicals, falls, and confined spaces. All manuals and training materials should be written clearly and spell out what you need to know about your job hazards. They can also serve as a resource if you have questions or concerns at a later date. Work tasks and procedures instruction - A written job or task instruction can provide information about the proper and safe way to perform a job.
OSHA considers some jobs and tasks very hazardous, such as locking out machinery, and requires employers to have written procedures. If you have questions about a new job or task, or a job or task that has changed, be sure to ask for the written procedures and for additional training on them. OSHA Fact Sheets provide basic background information on safety and health hazards, and QuickCards are small, laminated cards that provide brief, plain language safety and health information for workers.
For example, there are QuickCards on fall hazards, carbon monoxide, and pneumatic nail gun safety. You can contact OSHA by calling or visiting your local area or regional office for safety and health information or to discuss filing a complaint. Compliance Assistance Specialists in the area offices conduct many training sessions and have training materials and information that can be useful.
Locate the appropriate OSHA area or regional office contact information for your audience and provide it to the class. Doctors, nurses, and other health care providers can be a resource on the health effects of toxic substances, proper medical and first aid treatment, and other health-related issues. If you are discussing a health concern with your health care provider, try to provide them with as much information about the chemical or substance as possible.
For example, if you are getting headaches at work, try to get the names and MSDSs or labels of the chemicals to which you are exposed. Public libraries have books, journals and magazines on various safety and health topics, as well as internet access.
COSH organizations around the U. A written, signed complaint submitted to the OSHA area or State Plan office is most likely to result in an onsite inspection. You can file a complaint online. You can telephone or visit your local regional or area office to discuss your concerns. After the discussion, OSHA staff can give or send you a complaint form if you wish to file.
Note that if a hazard is life-threatening, call the Regional or local office or OSHA immediately. The complaint will be evaluated by OSHA to determine if an inspection will be conducted. Completing the complaint form Highlight the following about the complaint form prior to the Small Group Activity: Be specific and include appropriate details: The information on the complaint form may be the only description of the hazard that the inspector will see before the inspection.
The inspector will base his or her research and planning on this information. The inspector's research on the company and the industry's hazards will be based on this information. Your answer should explain the hazards clearly. If your complaint is about chemicals, identify them whenever possible and attach copies of labels or MSDSs if you can. Identify the location so the inspector will know where to look. Has this condition been brought to the attention of the employer or another government agency?
You should indicate on the form if you have tried to get the employer to fix the hazard before filing the complaint. Also, if another agency, such as a local fire or building department, has been notified of these hazards, OSHA may want to consult with them. Remember that discrimination for health and safety activity is illegal. If you are a union representative, you may wish to have your name on the complaint. Signature and address: It is important to sign the complaint if you want OSHA to conduct an onsite inspection.
It's a shame we have to rely on people like wren. No love for the topic and just driven by making money. Sumner was a different order--heroic. As the boy grew up to be ten or twelve years old, his father gave him a writing-table in one of the alcoves of his Boston library, and there, winter after winter, Henry worked over his Latin Grammar and listened to these four gentlemen discussing the course of anti-slavery politics.
The discussions were always serious; the Free Soil Party took itself quite seriously; and they were habitual because Mr. Adams had undertaken to edit a newspaper as the organ of these gentlemen, who came to discuss its policy and expression. At the same time Mr. Adams was editing the "Works" of his grandfather John Adams, and made the boy read texts for proof-correction. In after years his father sometimes complained that, as a reader of Novanglus and Massachusettensis , Henry had shown very little consciousness of punctuation; but the boy regarded this part of school life only as a warning, if he ever grew up to write dull discussions in the newspapers, to try to be dull in some different way from that of his great-grandfather.
Yet the discussions in the Boston Whig were carried on in much the same style as those of John Adams and his opponent, and appealed to much the same society and the same habit of mind.
The boy got as little education, fitting him for his own time, from the one as from the other, and he got no more from his contact with the gentlemen themselves who were all types of the past.
Down to , and even later, New England society was still directed by the professions. Lawyers, physicians, professors, merchants were classes, and acted not as individuals, but as though they were clergymen and each profession were a church.
In politics the system required competent expression; it was the old Ciceronian idea of government by the best that produced the long line of New England statesmen. They chose men to represent them because they wanted to be well represented, and they chose the best they had. Thus Boston chose Daniel Webster, and Webster took, not as pay, but as honorarium , the cheques raised for him by Peter Harvey from the Appletons, Perkinses, Amorys, Searses, Brookses, Lawrences, and so on, who begged him to represent them.
Edward Everett held the rank in regular succession to Webster. Robert C. Winthrop claimed succession to Everett. Charles Sumner aspired to break the succession, but not the system. The Adamses had never been, for any length of time, a part of this State succession; they had preferred the national service, and had won all their distinction outside the State, but they too had required State support and had commonly received it. The little group of men in Mount Vernon Street were an offshoot of this system; they were statesmen, not politicians; they guided public opinion, but were little guided by it.
The boy naturally learned only one lesson from his saturation in such air. He took for granted that this sort of world, more or less the same that had always existed in Boston and Massachusetts Bay, was the world which he was to fit.
Had he known Europe he would have learned no better. Even the typical grumbler Carlyle, who cast doubts on the real capacity of the middle class, and who at times thought himself eccentric, found friendship and alliances in Boston--still more in Concord.
The system had proved so successful that even Germany wanted to try it, and Italy yearned for it. England's middle-class government was the ideal of human progress. Even the violent reaction after , and the return of all Europe to military practices, never for a moment shook the true faith. No one, except Karl Marx, foresaw radical change. What announced it? The world was producing sixty or seventy million tons of coal, and might be using nearly a million steam-horsepower, just beginning to make itself felt.
All experience since the creation of man, all divine revelation or human science, conspired to deceive and betray a twelve-year-old boy who took for granted that his ideas, which were alone respectable, would be alone respected. Viewed from Mount Vernon Street, the problem of life was as simple as it was classic. Politics offered no difficulties, for there the moral law was a sure guide.
Social perfection was also sure, because human nature worked for Good, and three instruments were all she asked--Suffrage, Common Schools, and Press. On these points doubt was forbidden. Education was divine, and man needed only a correct knowledge of facts to reach perfection:. Nothing quieted doubt so completely as the mental calm of the Unitarian clergy.
In uniform excellence of life and character, moral and intellectual, the score of Unitarian clergymen about Boston, who controlled society and Harvard College, were never excelled. They proclaimed as their merit that they insisted on no doctrine, but taught, or tried to teach, the means of leading a virtuous, useful, unselfish life, which they held to be sufficient for salvation.
For them, difficulties might be ignored; doubts were waste of thought; nothing exacted solution. Boston had solved the universe; or had offered and realized the best solution yet tried. The problem was worked out. Of all the conditions of his youth which afterwards puzzled the grown-up man, this disappearance of religion puzzled him most. The boy went to church twice every Sunday; he was taught to read his Bible, and he learned religious poetry by heart; he believed in a mild deism; he prayed; he went through all the forms; but neither to him nor to his brothers or sisters was religion real.
Even the mild discipline of the Unitarian Church was so irksome that they all threw it off at the first possible moment, and never afterwards entered a church. The religious instinct had vanished, and could not be revived, although one made in later life many efforts to recover it. That the most powerful emotion of man, next to the sexual, should disappear, might be a personal defect of his own; but that the most intelligent society, led by the most intelligent clergy, in the most moral conditions he ever knew, should have solved all the problems of the universe so thoroughly as to have quite ceased making itself anxious about past or future, and should have persuaded itself that all the problems which had convulsed human thought from earliest recorded time, were not worth discussing, seemed to him the most curious social phenomenon he had to account for in a long life.
The faculty of turning away one's eyes as one approaches a chasm is not unusual, and Boston showed, under the lead of Mr. Webster, how successfully it could be done in politics; but in politics a certain number of men did at least protest. In religion and philosophy no one protested. Such protest as was made took forms more simple than the silence, like the deism of Theodore Parker, and of the boy's own cousin Octavius Frothingham, who distressed his father and scandalized Beacon Street by avowing scepticism that seemed to solve no old problems, and to raise many new ones.
The less aggressive protest of Ralph Waldo Emerson, was, from an old-world point of view, less serious. The children reached manhood without knowing religion, and with the certainty that dogma, metaphysics, and abstract philosophy were not worth knowing. So one-sided an education could have been possible in no other country or time, but it became, almost of necessity, the more literary and political.
As the children grew up, they exaggerated the literary and the political interests. They joined in the dinner-table discussions and from childhood the boys were accustomed to hear, almost every day, table-talk as good as they were ever likely to hear again. The eldest child, Louisa, was one of the most sparkling creatures her brother met in a long and varied experience of bright women.
The oldest son, John, was afterwards regarded as one of the best talkers in Boston society, and perhaps the most popular man in the State, though apt to be on the unpopular side. Palfrey and Dana could be entertaining when they pleased, and though Charles Sumner could hardly be called light in hand, he was willing to be amused, and smiled grandly from time to time; while Mr. Adams, who talked relatively little, was always a good listener, and laughed over a witticism till he choked.
By way of educating and amusing the children, Mr. Adams read much aloud, and was sure to read political literature, especially when it was satirical, like the speeches of Horace Mann and the "Epistles" of "Hosea Biglow," with great delight to the youth.
So he read Longfellow and Tennyson as their poems appeared, but the children took possession of Dickens and Thackeray for themselves. Both were too modern for tastes founded on Pope and Dr. The boy Henry soon became a desultory reader of every book he found readable, but these were commonly eighteenth-century historians because his father's library was full of them.
In the want of positive instincts, he drifted into the mental indolence of history. So too, he read shelves of eighteenth-century poetry, but when his father offered his own set of Wordsworth as a gift on condition of reading it through, he declined. Pope and Gray called for no mental effort; they were easy reading; but the boy was thirty years old before his education reached Wordsworth. This is the story of an education, and the person or persons who figure in it are supposed to have values only as educators or educated.
The surroundings concern it only so far as they affect education. Sumner, Dana, Palfrey, had values of their own, like Hume, Pope, and Wordsworth, which any one may study in their works; here all appear only as influences on the mind of a boy very nearly the average of most boys in physical and mental stature.
The influence was wholly political and literary. His father made no effort to force his mind, but left him free play, and this was perhaps best. Only in one way his father rendered him a great service by trying to teach him French and giving him some idea of a French accent. Otherwise the family was rather an atmosphere than an influence.
The boy had a large and overpowering set of brothers and sisters, who were modes or replicas of the same type, getting the same education, struggling with the same problems, and solving the question, or leaving it unsolved much in the same way. They knew no more than he what they wanted or what to do for it, but all were conscious that they would like to control power in some form; and the same thing could be said of an ant or an elephant.
Their form was tied to politics or literature. They amounted to one individual with half-a-dozen sides or facets; their temperaments reacted on each other and made each child more like the other. This was also education, but in the type, and the Boston or New England type was well enough known. What no one knew was whether the individual who thought himself a representative of this type, was fit to deal with life.
As far as outward bearing went, such a family of turbulent children, given free rein by their parents, or indifferent to check, should have come to more or less grief. Certainly no one was strong enough to control them, least of all their mother, the queen-bee of the hive, on whom nine-tenths of the burden fell, on whose strength they all depended, but whose children were much too self-willed and self-confident to take guidance from her, or from any one else, unless in the direction they fancied.
Father and mother were about equally helpless. Almost every large family in those days produced at least one black sheep, and if this generation of Adamses escaped, it was as much a matter of surprise to them as to their neighbors. By some happy chance they grew up to be decent citizens, but Henry Adams, as a brand escaped from the burning, always looked back with astonishment at their luck. The fact seemed to prove that they were born, like birds, with a certain innate balance.
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