March 7, 1902 (9th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

Joseph Henri Napoléon Bourassa

Liberal

Mr. BOURASSA.

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.

Topic:   SUPPLY-PERSONAL EXPLANATION.
Subtopic:   L. H. DAVIES.
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