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nor does the infirmity prove any great bar to their independence.think of, among many others, milton undertaking his paradise lost, his history of england, and his latin dictionary after he became blind; of philip bourke marstonwhose sorrows were not primarily due to his afflictionmastering the typewriter, so that he could communicate with his friends and produce his poems without the aid of an amanuensis; of henry fawcett, who refused to allow the accident which cost him his sight, to change his life, and who not only kept up his riding and his fishing, but won his way to cabinet rank.to men like mr.fawcett, no doubt the possession of a lifes partner means much, and indeed ample material exists for an interesting article on the wives of blind men, who have been to them what francis hubers was to hima good pair of eyes, a right hand in all his troubles, and a light for his darkest days.we are, however, not now concerned with blind men but with blind boys and girls, and with those especially who are receiving their education at the royal normal college at upper norwood.this institution owes its existence to two men, whose efforts on behalf of their fellowsufferers cannot be too gratefully acknowledgedto the late dr.armitage, and to dr.campbell, the president, whose portrait, together with a picture of the college, is shown at the head of this paper.the meeting of these gentlemen in london some twenty years ago revolutionised the whole system of education for the sightless.dr.armitage spared no trouble, no money, no time to advance the interests of the blind, and it was a fortunate circumstance which threw one so ready to place his energy and his wealth at their disposal, in contact with another who, like dr.campbell, wanted only such support to enable him to enter on the experiment of helping the blind to take their part in lifes battle with the confidence and the same chances of success and independence as the seeing.how completely they worked together is shown by a little anecdote which dr.campbell is fond of relating.they had been to a conference at york, and, as was their custom, travelled thirdclass.some other congressmen, with firstclass tickets, were considerably astonished, and exclaimed: what, are you going thirdclass? dr.armitages reply was characteristic of the practical and cheery kindliness of the man.campbell and i have too many children to be able to afford to travel first, he said.have you a large family, doctor? asked one of his friends in surprise.yes, he answered, our english family alone numbers about 32,000, and they have relatives in all parts of the world.the moral was plain.the few shillings dr.armitage and his colleague were saving, were destined to assist the work of amelioration, and the gentlemen paid them a chivalrous and graceful compliment by exchanging their tickets and travelling in the same compartment with the two benefactors and servants of blind humanity.[illustration: the late dr.armitage.] to such selfdenying spirits as these is england indebted for the institution which forms the subject of this paper.the _régime_ adopted by dr.campbellwho by the way it should be said is an americanwas flat rebellion against the systems previously in vogue, and still maintained by other bodies.dr.campbells belief in physical training amounts to a religion.he does everything with reference to it and it alone.a quarter of a century ago he himself was to have died of consumption, but what did he do? quietly sit down and wait for the end to come? no; blind as he was, he took the boat to europe and climbed mont blanc.there are a good many thousands in the world who would like to have the health he enjoys today.what physical exercise has done for him, he believes it will invariably do for his pupils.determination to conquer obstacles is the only thing which will make a twolegged creature a man or woman, he says; determination is only possible to a vigorous and healthy mind; a vigorous and healthy mind can only come of a vigorous and healthy body; and a man who has not been trained physically, is, to dr.campbell, an engine without motive power.the outcome of the adoption of such ideas is that the blind boys and girls at the normal college, like dr.campbell himself, are selfreliant, cheerful, and healthy, and seen trotting about the beautiful grounds of the college, no one would ever think they are sightless.the manner in which dr.campbell leads the way from his house to any part of the grounds is somewhat disquieting to those who do not know him.he walks without stick, and without stumbling, and runs up and down flights of steps without troubling even to grasp the rail at the side.how can he tell when he reaches a corner or the top of a flight of steps, to tumble down which would be to break his neck? he learns where he is by the most ingenious contrivance imaginable.wherever there is a turning, or an obstacle, or a step which might prove a source of danger or embarrassment, the asphalted pathway is slightly raised.it is high enough to prevent ones stepping over it without noticing it; it is too low to cause one to catch ones toe and trip up.hence, it is only necessary for the blind promenader to keep his or her wits moderately alive to be able to go wherever he or she pleases in perfect ease and safety.the armitage gymnasium, which we visit first, is declared by an expert to be one of the most complete he has ever seen.lads of all ages are going through every form of exercise; here two or three are vaulting the horse with a neatness incredible almost to those who have not seen it; there another is working his way along the parallel bars; here one stretches himself at length on the long incline, a machine used for pulling up ones own weight, for strengthening the muscles and broadening the chest; there another turns a nautical wheel or is doing a mile or two on a home trainer.this last is calculated to inspire more enthusiasm among the lads than any other athletic or gymnastic feat.ordinary home trainers, of course, have a dial which indicates the distance ridden.in order that his boys, even in such a matter, should be made as independent of other peoples eyes, as it is the object of the school to make them in all details of life, dr

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