Mr. RUFUS H. POPE.
May I be permitted to add a word to what has been so eloquently said by the leader of the govern-
ment, and by the leader of the opposition, on this sad occasion. The late Mr. McIntosh entered public life as the representative of the county which I now have the honour to represent in this House. I knew him personally for many years, and I can say that he wa's an honest and noble-hearted man, who possessed to a remarkable degree the confidence of all nationalities and of all political parties Jn the eastern townships. Beloved by those who knew him most intimately and respected by all in that section of the country, his public and private life will long be remembered as worthy of emulation by those who follow him.