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L'insouciance d'une vie paisible sur la ferme familiale. The sessions began with a business meeting at 7 p. The audience was a more striking one in appearance than one can see elsewhere—the Houses of Lords and Commons furnish no remarkable assemblage. Young Mill is to open the debate on Friday week with an attack upon the aristocracy as a pernicious class. He is about twenty years old, a great speaker, and considered to be a youth of very singular ability.
Singular one can certainly tell him to be in a moment. I have only heard him speak a few words now and then when the rules of the Society were debated. He is an animated, determined-looking youth, and speaks, I am told, without hesitation, digression, ornament, or emphasis, in a tone to me in the little I heard almost ridiculously simple and with very odd but very considerable effect. But our great speaker hitherto we have only had two meetings is young Mill, son of the Radical of that name at the India House. The youth only nineteen years old believes as he has been taught—that is, in the book of Jeremy; from which he preaches in all parts, being the apostle of the Benthamites.
The smallest ornament or flourish is a sin with this school, and they draw their conclusions from their narrow premises with logical dryness and precision. The vote in the second debate, despite what Mill saw as a heavy liberal overloading, was 63 affirmative and 17 negative. There is no record of his remarks on this occasion, though one would expect that, as opener, he would have prepared some. Again no text survives. This, the end of the opening session, , is as far as the first printed record of the Society takes us.
Mill says that in the second session, ,. Roebuck first became celebrated as one of the most eminent members of the London Debating Society. Cole, who met Mill first on 7 November, , and says he attended debates on 10, 18, and 22 November, , 55 and 10 January, respectively a Friday, Saturday, Thursday, and Wednesday , did not begin to record the topics until 19 January, , and did not join the Society until 25 May of that year, though thereafter he attended regularly.
The occasion of No.
He began his own career in the London Debating Society at the first meeting of the next session, on 16 November, Mais M. On the second evening of the Debate there were two or three unhappy performers of nonsense of whom I remember little.
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I wish you had heard it. That appears to have been his last regular participation. I had had enough of speech-making, and was glad to carry on my private studies and meditations without any immediate call for outward assertion of their results. This remark, while it accurately indicates that Mill wrote little for the next year, is a trifle disingenuous, for his leaving the Society unquestionably was occasioned by his strongly expressed dissent from the positions of Roebuck and Sterling.
In the case of Sterling, a new and growing affection could not tolerate the outspoken and unqualified rhetoric of debate. The Society but not the experience was left behind by Mill. My delivery was and remained bad; but I could make myself listened to; and I even acquired a certain readiness of extemporary speaking, on questions of pure Edition: current; Page: [ xxxiv ] argument, and could reply offhand, with some effect, to the speech of an opponent: but whenever I had an exposition to make in which from the feelings involved or from the nature of the ideas to be developed, expression seemed important, I always most carefully wrote the speech and committed it to memory, and I did this even with my replies, when an opportunity was afforded by an adjourned debate.
Therefore many of my speeches were of some worth as compositions, to be set against a bad and ungraceful manner.
I believe that this practice greatly increased my power of effective writing. The habit of composing speeches for delivery gave me not only an ear for smoothness and rhythm but a practical sense for telling sentences and an immediate criterion of their telling property, by their effect on a mixed audience. The early ones are stiff and unresponsive, vehement through shrillness rather than power, and shaped more by the extrinsic evidence supplied by his teachers than by the intrinsic evidence of the strong yet supple mind. It is of course almost as difficult to judge delivery from a manuscript as to record it in writing.
This kind of self-deprecation appears more frequently in the first speeches—in the exordia of Nos. The anti-rhetorical stance of the novice is also evident: in No. Noteworthy are his arguing in No. Compare a passage from No.
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