I will speak just as long as I like. I suppose I have the same rights as anybody else in this House and when I want information to get up and ask for it. I would like to ask the hon. minister if a successor lias been appointed to Mr. Devlin in Dublin and if there is wh'at bis salary is to be and whether he is to be furnished with a house as Mr. Devlin was. I should like to know why a house was furnished, to the agent in Dublin and not to the agent at London. Then, I see that we have Mr. G. B. Smart, inspector of pauper children at a salary of $1,400 ai year. I do>
not know what his duties are. I do not know where the pauper Children come from. Then, I see that there is Mr. Corry
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