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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

rather than social, through the corridors of the house, or entertaining them on the terrace, or personally conducting a numerous and happy band of school-boys or schoolgirls.
Such are the duties of a member to his constituents whilst he is at Westminster. But his duties elsewhere, whether during a week end or during such other intervals as he may snatch from the performance of his strictly parliamentary work, or during the longer recesses, will be numerous and various. He will have to give periodical addresses to his constituents, reviewing the proceedings in parliament, and justifying his own share in them. There will be meetings, social, charitable and political, which he will have to attend, and at many of which he will have to take the chair. There will be lectures on improving or popular subjects to deliver. There will be bazaars to open, garden parties of a popular character, and other festivities and convivialities. For many such purposes the local member will always be in request. Thus the life of a member is one of strenuous and multifarious activity. He often complains of the way in which his time is wasted at the house of commons. There are tedious hours during which he is waiting for a threatened division, whilst bores are making dull speeches, or time is being frittered away over petty details. There are anxious hours, when he is sitting in an expectant attitude on the edge

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