Mr. WM. ROSS (Victoria).
I was eight years in the parliament of Nova Scotia before confederation ; I have been a representative in this House for a number of years, and I must say that the style of debate I have heard to-night is no credit to either one side nor the other. Surely we ought to remember that we are gentlemen in this House, and that these contradictions from one side to the other should be avoided. This style of debate is sickening.
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