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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 70


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(1)The Legislative Council will be mixed in and with the electors, acting their part without fee or reward.
(2)The electors would have much to do with legislation, thereby they are become responsible for what they do.
(3)The work of the Parliament in session is to consolidate and fix the twenty Bills that have been before the electors, and to bring down twenty more Bills to go through the same process; also to revise any imperfect Acts, check the expenditure of the past year, pass estimates, and do all the work required for the good government of the people and the country, so that there may be peace in the House of Representatives and prosperty over all the land, in town and country.