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MEMBER AND CONSTITUENTS

to be chairman, he will not be able to keep his eyes and his ears off the case till four in the afternoon-without any interval for refreshment-listening to the pleadings of counsel, the points of order raised by the learned gentlemen, the evidence of promoters and opponents, the opinion of experts and so forth. Then, having actually done a day's work, he proceeds to his place in the chamber, near the end of question-time, to make some interpellati )n which stands in his name, and observe the answers given by the leader of the house to the tormentors on the opposition side. He then watches the progress of some full-dress debate, rising time after time in his place, and chagrined at finding some one else always called before him. At last, as the hands of the clock point to eight, he catches the Speaker's eye and is called, and then there is an adjournment for half-an-hour. He cannot, therefore, think of dining, so he takes some light refreshment speedily at the luncheon-bar. He must of course be in his place a few minutes before the time, lest the opportunity so long sought should be lost. At half-past eight, or thereabouts, he makes his speech, and after nine he has some peace of mind till he finds his speech punished by his opponents. Once or twice he will jump up to explain, with the courteous permission of the house, what he regards as a misrepresentation of what he has said. All this keeps him on the alert till the division takes place shortly

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