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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

to which, however, he listens with amused interest, voting in the lesser divisions from time to time, till the dinner hour, when he joins a small party which one of his colleagues is giving in a room off the terrace. Midway in dinner the electric bell summons him to a ` count,' for which he must rush to the chamber (if his party be in office), lest it should prove a` count-out.' After this interruption he resumes his dinner, and the brief entertainment over, he returns to his place on the green benches by half-past nine, and listens to the debate. Between that hour and midnight he will for a while resort to the upper corridor adjoining the chamber, and write letters to his political friends. But he can hear all that is passing in the house, so he keeps one ear open in that direction, while his eye is fixed on his paper. At a quarter to twelve he will hear 'Division! Division!' called, and he runs down to the 'Aye' or the 'No ' lobby as the ease may be. After midnight the bills of private members are called, one or other of which he will oppose or support, or he may have one of his own to forward. By half-past twelve he is released for the night, thinking that the house is not an unpleasant place after all !
" On a hard day the member enters the house at eleven in the forenoon, and mounts the great staircase to the roam where his committee sits on a private bill for the promotion of some material enterprise. If he happens

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