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they now have in the parliamentary debates." The company bestowed lavish encomiums on Johnson, and one of them praised his impartiality, observing that he dealt out reason and eloquence with an equal hand to both parties. " That is not quite true," said Johnson. " I saved appearances tolerably well, but I took care that the Whig dogs should not have the best of it."
The account of this famous conversation was not published until at least nineteen years after it was said to have taken place, and seems to contain some trifling inaccuracies, but, in the opinion of Dr. Birkbeck Hill, the highest authority on Johnson, " the main facts may be true enough."
In the struggle of 1771 the commons were nominally victorious, but were practically defeated. Since that year the proceedings of both houses of parliament have been freely reported, but for a long time afterwards formidable difficulties stood in the way of anything like complete and accurate reports. There was no provision for the accommodation of reporters; strangers were admitted as a matter of favour and under inconvenient restrictions; they were apt to be regarded in the light of intruders into a London club, and their total exclusion was frequently and arbitrarily enforced under the orders of the house. Hence some of the most important debates and some of the most brilliant speeches of the eighteenth century have not been

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