I have no exception whatever to take to the quotations cited by your honour, nor to Mr. Todd's decision, because both are in conformity with my own view. An hon. member may rise to a question of personal privilege any time if his personal privileges have been interfered with. But the hon. gentleman (Mr. Carroll) does not so allege. He seeks as a matter of privilege to bring before the House what he claims to be the irregular conduct of the committee. That does not affect the personal privilege of an hon. member at all. Even were he raising a question of privilege, he cannot debate the question, because there can be no reply. I strongly affirm the position taken by the hon. member for Victoria and Carleton (Mr. Caldwell) that the hon. member for Cape Breton South and Richmond (Mr. Carroll) is out of order.