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16 S. M. சபாபதி Yes, your honour one great advantage is that here is no difference at all. No Hindu, no mussalman, no judge, no vakil, no. Superior, no inferior—all are men. o Sabapathy, it is very late for me. I must be going. Thank your honour very much, for your being present this evening. - Oh! Let me thank you for giving me an opportunity to spend a very pleasant evening; your company always makes me feel younger. But Sabapathy, now that you are entering the Legisla tive Council, may I as a friend, Offer you a little advice? - Yes, your honour. Then—never read a written speech there—otherwise you would be making some mistakes as you did just now. Thank your honour. I did not make any mistakes at all—All mistakes were made by my friend Adiseshu who wrote this speech for me. Does your honour know Adiseshu ? S. M. I am afraid, no. / He is the gentlemen in Madras who writes speeches for several members of the Legislative Council, - п see—still I wish you would follow my advice. . Yes your honour, on second thought, I think your honour is right. I will do so your honour. I will also tell my friends of the Legistative Council to follow your honour’s advice. - - Well—That is right.—Good night, Sabapathy, thank you for a very pleasant evening. Good night to your honour ! (Curtain)