Magennis, Professor William

Thursday, 21 June 1923

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 3 No. 31

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It is always very pleasant to congratulate, and on this occasion it is all the more pleasant when we consider how difficult it was under all the adverse conditions of the past year's administration fo...More Button

There is one member of the Farmers' Party who is so predominant, let us say, as to fill one's imagination and create the delusion that the Farmers' Party is very much larger than it is. Not merely do...More Button

Say to twice a week. For my own part, I speak feelingly, I get quite too many letters, and I should be very glad, especially when they come in the form of income tax demands, to receive them once eve...More Button

Will the Deputy forgive me if I return for a moment to the subject of telephones for farmers? I understood him, in the opening statement, to give a figure of £25 for a country town like Navan. That, ...More Button

What about my question? I notice that Ministers invariably forget to answer any question that I put.More Button

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