Mr. MICHAEL CLARK:
_ I do not know just how much my right hon. friend or the members of his Ministry have read of the debate in which Mr. Asquith's speech was delivered. I have read it very carefully, and was struck with the importance of the speech of Mr. Bonar Law, the leader of the Opposition, on that occasion. It was by no means an ordinary speech, and supple-
mented in some very material points the excellent speech of Mr. Asquith. I would like to ask the Government whether they would consider the advisability oi adding the speech of Mr. Bonar Larw to the other speeches to be printed.
Subtopic: PAPERS PRESENTED.