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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

would affect the interests or welfare of the constituency which he represents, and to argue for or against it accordingly. And, if the bill be not private but public, proposing a change in the general law, each member is bound to consider how the proposals will affect the constituents, or any important section of the constituents, for whose welfare he is specially responsible, and to pay close attention to any representations made to him on the subject. These representations will be made to him, not merely by correspondence, but by means of deputa.tions and personal conferences, and, although a private member is not so much beset by deputations as a minister, yet he may have, in the course of the session, to receive many deputations and take part in many conferences on his own account, and to convey, through deputations or personal interviews, the wishes and opinions of his constituents to the ministers who are responsible for the government and legislation of the country. Nor will his duties to his constituency be exhausted by attention to their legislative and administrative requirements. He has to be courteous and obliging to individual constituents, and to their wives and daughters. He will be beset with applications for admission to the galleries, especially on days when an exciting or important debate is expected. He will often be seen conducting friends of either sex, with whom his relations are political

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