Sheridan, John Donnelly

Thursday, 17 January 1957

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 47 No. 2

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Voluntary Health Insurance Bill, 1956—Committee Stage (Resumed).

I rise to speak in support of Senator Sheehy Skeffington's amendment. He has put forward what seems to me a thoroughly logical case. Senator O'Connell has remarked that if a grant is made to an indus...More Button

Land Division. - Claims of Cottage Holders—Motion.

I rise to say a few words in support of the motion. The amendment seems to me to cut entirely across the motion since it asks for the addition of the following: “and other deserving applicants who po...More Button

I quite agree and I accept the decision, but it is no further remote than Senator Cogan has rambled in his remarks.More Button

I accept that decision. Senator Bergin has touched on the point that there are lands—and Senator Cogan also has mentioned the matter and I agree with him—that the Land Commission have acquired, big a...More Button

That being so, if I am to be restricted in what I have to say, I will content myself with stating that I wholeheartedly support the motion and I will resume my seat.More Button

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