Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.

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  • Arms (Restoration). (7 speeches)

    8. asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he can now announce the arrangements that have been made for restoring the arms and ammunition taken from loyal subjects during the past two or...

  • Royal Irish Constabulary. (6 speeches)

    9. asked the Chief Secretary what provision was made in

  • General Prisons Board (CLBRK). (2 speeches)

    10. asked the Chief Secretary if he is aware that Mr. W. Henry, clerk in the office of the General Prisons Board, Dublin Castle, has been employed for the past seven years on Treasury class...

  • MR. Michael Collins. (2 speeches)

    36. asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been called to a statement made by Mr. Michael Collins at Cork on the 12th March, 1922, as reported in the Press of 13th March, 1922, to the...

  • Murders and Outrages. (23 speeches)

    68. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the perpetrators of the murders of the police in St. Bride's Home, Galway, or the muderer of Sergeant Gloster in Cork, or the robbers who...

  • University College, Cork (Pensions). (2 speeches)

    73. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is now in a position to say whether the Provisional Government accept the responsibility for the payment of the pensions of the...

  • Republican Army Convention. (4 speeches)

    74. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether his attention has been called to the fact that a Convention of the Irish Republican Army was held at the Mansion House, Dublin, on the...