Mr. D. B. NEELY (Humboldt).
I am sure, Mr. Speaker, that the House has listened with interest, if not with considerable surprise, to the new doctrine just laid down by the hon. member for South Waterloo (Mr. Clare). That hon. gentleman, seems to consider it a crime for members on this side to express their united approval of the Naval Bill proposed by the right hon. the leader of the government. My hon. friend seems to consider the op-* position position a most happy and! fortunate one-a position in which every man thinks as he pleases, in which every one has a policy of his own, and the eonclusionj of which is anarchy. Well, if the position of members on this side, who are unanimous in their support of the government proposition, be slavery, then, I say, give me slavery.