Mr. R. L. BORDEN.
That would be a good idea. The only reason I suggested a new rule is that if you have a certain procedure pointing out the absolute necessity of setting out special facts; then it may be observed. If you do not have that, but merely have a general rule, and there is universal knowledge that this may be departed from, you are apt to have petitions in this careless and slovenly form. However, I dare say we can get on as my right hon. friend (Sir Wilfrid Laurier) suggests without any further rule.