Mr. JAS. SUTHERLAND.
That may be your way of debating, but it is not mine. r have made the statement on my responsibility as a minister, and I say that Mr. Bam had nothing to do .with the publication oi that pamphlet. I appeal to my hon. friena, as I do to other members of the House to D fair and honest ; let them blame a man i he should be blamed, but let them give creel where credit is due. It is unfair and im proper for a member of this House to aceus, a man improperly, either by direct charge o by insinuation. I rose for the purpose making the statement that Mr. Bain is in n way responsible ; that he did not write tn literature that the hon gentleman has be quoting, and that he is not responsible r it in any way.