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The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Dec 8, 1877
Start Page: 2
Pages: 1

PERHAPS in no branch of the Government is the Republican character of our institutions more forcibly illustrated than in the House of Representatives. To an Englishman, accustomed to the precise formalities which characterize all the proceedings of the House of Commons, from the majestic entrance of Mr. Speaker in wig and gown, preceded by obsequious ushers who "make room for the Speaker," all through the orderly monoton of a Legislative sitting, our House is a revolution.

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