Nagle, Thomas Alexander

Tuesday, 11 December 1923

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 5 No. 21

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I desire to support the Second Reading. In the first instance, I think it will be generally admitted, in spite of some remarks passed by Deputy Hewat and Deputy Cooper, that the railways of Ireland a...More Button

I am sorry. Deputy Woulfe explained that, on inquiry, he found that the reason the passengers were looking through the window was that there were no seats. He instanced that to prove that State-owne...More Button

It is only a quotation. The first is Sir Eric Geddes, who, in moving the second reading of the——More Button

I am only giving you a quotation from it. It is less than a paragraph in length. I am not reading another man's speech.More Button

In any case, he said that there was a great necessity for a go-ahead and vitalising system of transportation, and that the House—that was the British House of Commons— as a whole was committed to that...More Button

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