Mr. MACLAREN (Huntingdon).
this House have not felt like taking very much interest in the debates of this House. As I said before, the new members are likely to be more modest than the old ones. I think parliament has a hardening process upon people, and 1 have no doubt that when we are in this House as long as some other hon. members we will get to the point that we will be satisfied to talk to ' Hansard.
I have some -time at my disposal, and being very much in my seat, and having a faculty for compiling statistics, I have collected a few figures.
Subtopic: DEBATES IN THE HOUSE.