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right; I observe the hon. gentleman now and I am glad he -is here. The hon. gentleman made a speech in Montreal not so long ago which I must say was most admirable in tone, and a good deal of what he said I appreciate. With your permission, Mr. Speaker, I am going to read a few sentences from the speech in question; to my mind they embody good sense.
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