I am very much surprised at the heat displayed by the hon. gentleman (Mr. Kaul-,bach). I think he should be a little cooler. He lias been long in parliament, and for many years his friends were in office. I do not like to use that language ; but the fact is, his friends were in office when the har-, hour of Lunenburg needed dredging, as it
does to-day. Why did he not induce his friends to do the work ? If I had the dredges at my disposal I would try to repair the neglect of his friends, and his lack of influence in the past. There was something wrong with him. If he had used the same warm language that he is using now, he would have succeeded, perhaps.
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