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leaving some of its former members in office, but modifying its political complexion and affinities so as to meet the needs of the situation. And in any case, the ministers do not go across from one side of the house to the other when they go out of office : the ministry remain in the centre of the house whichever set of groups predominates.
The rule which requires a French deputy to speak from the tribune and not from his own place in the house seems to an English observer to conduce to written speeches. The French orator, instead of glancing furtively at his notes, will openly place before him, on the convenient desk of his pulpit, the manuscript of his discourse. Nor is the practice useful in maintaining order. At Westminster a member is required to stand when he speaks, and two members ought not to be on their feet at the same time. But a member who is speaking often resumes his seat for a time in order to enable another member to interpose an explanatory or interlocutory remark. These informal but authorized interruptions are inconsistent with the practice of speaking from the tribune, and consequently a French member often has to make his speech under a running fire of irregular interruptions which the president endeavours ineffectually to suppress with the help of his paper-knife and his bell. This at least is the impression produced on an English visitor, but the system doubt-

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