The Press Gallery is, as all know, directly over the Speaker.
Journalists in the Press Gallery breathed a sigh of disappointment.
His eyes searched the press gallery, then fixed on Jos Fernandez.
Now I must ask the Ambassador to approve me for the press gallery.
In many cases in these days members are speaking with far less reference to the House than to the Press gallery.
The civil service gallery was full; in the press gallery a triple row of heads anxiously bent forward.
He would interview some one there and try to secure a good place in the press gallery.
He will, no doubt, take steps to have me excluded from the Press Gallery as a disreputable character.
One passage, a sort of aside, brought tears to eyes of case-hardened section of the audience seated in Press Gallery.
An hour later this editor telephoned to the press gallery and asked one of his reporters, "Say, where is that chump now?"