Coburn, James

Friday, 18 May 1934

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 52 No. 10

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I should like, representing as I do the smallest county of the Twenty-Six, to pay tribute to the work of the Gárda Síochána. I think that it would be to the interest of the force and the people in ge...More Button

I should like to know from the Minister whether the Guards are being used to secure the safe passage of cattle seized from farmers who refused to pay their annuities or who are not in a position to pa...More Button

If Deputy Smith wants them at Cavan he can have them but we do not want them at Dundalk. The point I want to emphasise is this: the Government is entitled to seize the cattle of any farmer who does n...More Button

I have heard a number of speeches and I have heard a lot of talk about loyalty from the followers of the present Government who say so much about their loyalty to their leaders. I appreciate the men ...More Button

I give him credit for that. The Deputy will find that in my public speeches I always gave the President credit where credit was due. If the followers of the Government would learn that their opponen...More Button


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