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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

nearly everything within the walls of the house itself, and much of what occurred in its precincts," he found much to record. It was from these journals that he derived the materials for the book which he published in 1893, and which he entitled Life in Parliament. No more graphic description of the modern house of commons, its work, its life and its ways, its aspects as a social club and as a place of political business, has ever been written, and one would be tempted to quote freely from it if it were not so easily accessible. It must suffice to quote the two imaginary instances which he gives to illustrate the life of a diligent and assiduous member, such as he assuredly was, on a" downright hard" day, and on a" comparatively easy " day.
" On an easy day the member enters the house at three o'clock, and finds that some private bill is coming on, to which he has been asked to attend by those concerned. At halfpast three the questions begin, in none of which has he any particular concern. So he takes that opportunity of showing some of his constituents or their families over the house, this particular time being favourable for sightseeing, as many distinguished members are moving about, and as the house will be crowded to hear ministers answer the interpellations. Then he takes his friends to the breezy terrace for afternoon tea. This done, he returns to his place in the chamber. He is not going to take part in the debate,

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