Certainly, it is not my intention to do anything else than make gcod the statement which I made and which has been challenged in this House and outside of it, and on which Sir Louis Davies asked me to make a personal explanation in this House. Therefore, I do it, in justice to the hon. gentleman, in justice to myself, and in justice to the House; and I think the House will be pleased to have a full explanation of the matter. I think it is my right to explain for what reason I made the statement, and to prove that the statement was accurate.
Subtopic: L. H. DAVIES.