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  • Dear Club Members
    Dear Club Members
    Text       [Page 1] Ottawa, June 4, 1928. Dear Club Members:- I was very much against the raise in judges' salaries, and so argued and argued, that the masses of the people were with me. I was told that I had no proof of that. I wired Morrison and asked him what, ...
    Text     [Page 1] Ottawa, June 4, 1928. Dear Club Members:- I was very much against the raise in judges' salaries, and so argued and argued, that the masses of the people ...
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  • Dear Friends
    Dear Friends
    Text       Ottawa, February 6, 1928 Dear Friends:- Before I always sent my letter to the Secretary of the Club, but this time I am trying the experiment of sending you each a letter, though I am sorry to say all of them are the same. I attended the first three days ...
    Text     Ottawa, February 6, 1928 Dear Friends:- Before I always sent my letter to the Secretary of the Club, but this time I am trying the experiment of sending you each ...
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  • Dear Friend
    Dear Friend
    Text       Dear Friend :- I am enclosing a copy of my speech on the Budget. It was unusually well received. So well indeed, that my greatest difficulty now is in living up to the speech. Never until this session did I feel at home in speaking in the House of Commons. ...
    Text     Dear Friend :- I am enclosing a copy of my speech on the Budget. It was unusually well received. So well indeed, that my greatest difficulty now is in living ...
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  • Proposal for International Peace Department
    Proposal for International Peace Department
    Text       [Page 1 handwritten] "Page 1773 Peace" [Page 1773 Col.2] INTERNATIONAL PEACE MOTION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT Miss AGNES C. MACPHAIL (Southeast Grey) moved: That, in the opinion of this house, the time has come for the establishment of a government department for the promotion of peace and ...
    Text     [Page 1 handwritten] "Page 1773 Peace" [Page 1773 Col.2] INTERNATIONAL PEACE MOTION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT Miss AGNES C. MACPHAIL (Southeast Grey) moved: That, in the opinion ...
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  • House of Commons Debates February 6, 1928
    House of Commons Debates February 6, 1928
    Text       Miss AGNES MACPHAIL (Southeast Grey) : I consider it something of a hardship to follow the very brilliant young member from Queens-Lunenburg (Mr. Ernst). We come again to the consideration of the speech from the throne, a speech which I feel sure was evolved in cabinet council, a speech that ...
    Text     Miss AGNES MACPHAIL (Southeast Grey) : I consider it something of a hardship to follow the very brilliant young member from Queens-Lunenburg (Mr. Ernst). We come again to the consideration ...
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