Corry, Martin John

Thursday, 28 April 1938

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 71 No. 2

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I am glad there were some sensible men in the country.More Button

You see where you get the cost of production.More Button

On this motion I wish——More Button

in the first place, to welcome this Agreement. I do so on the one hand as a farmer and, secondly, as one who believes in the absolute freedom and independence of this country. I have been listening ...More Button

There is always room for an extra one in it. I have sat here patiently all day listening to their talk and to their questions as to why this matter was not settled five years ago. If this matter was...More Button

I also wish to welcome the departure from our ports of the British forces——More Button

We will man them for ourselves. If I know Deputy Giles or any other Deputy in this House who was in the war for independence from 1916 to 1922 I believe they are going to be manly enough to say that ...More Button

Not for England.More Button

Anybody living in the district in which I live and anybody who witnessed the state of affairs there from 1922 onwards could not help feeling a thrill of delight when we were told at last that the Brit...More Button

We have been told all about the position of affairs now. We have, on the one hand, some members of the Labour Party, with Deputy Dowdall and Deputy Dockrell, talking about the effect of the Agreement...More Button

Yes, the wages paid here are higher than the wages paid in similar industries across the water.More Button

I paid more wages than Deputy O'Brien or Deputy Norton ever paid in their lives.More Button

I now move the adjournment of the debate. Debate adjourned. The Dáil adjourned at 10.30 p.m. until 10.30 a.m. on Friday morning, 29th April.More Button


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