Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.

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  • Malicious Injuries (Awards). (14 speeches)

    Colonel NEWMAN: 12. asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he can give to date the total number of awards for compensation made by Lord Shaw's Commission; and will he give the total cash...

  • Ex-SERVICE MEN (COTTAGES). (6 speeches)

    13. asked the Chief Secretary whether, before the treaty, an agreement was come to between the Government and certain contractors in Ireland for the erection of ex-service men's cottages in that...

  • Elections. (2 speeches)

    43. asked the Prime Minister whether the Government have any statement to make with regard to the Irish elections?

  • Land Purchase. (2 speeches)

    Mr. GIDEON MURRAY: 60 and 61. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies (1) whether the changed status of Southern Ireland has in any way affected the liability of the British Government...

  • Super-Tax. (2 speeches)

    Colonel NEWMAN: 63. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what arrangement has been come to by the Finance Minister of the. Southern Irish Provisional Government with regard to the...

  • Irish Republican Army. (6 speeches)

    64. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether his attention has been called to a document headed Headquarters, 4th Northern Division, Irish Republican Army, addressed to all officers...

  • Kidnappings, Rettigo. (2 speeches)

    66. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the information he has received yet enables him to say if the four loyalists kidnapped from the Pettigo district by Free State forces a...

  • Kidnapping, Cavan. (6 speeches)

    67. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he will urge the Provisional Government to procure the release of ex-Sergeant-Major Daniel Pollock, Royal Irish Fusiliers, reported to...

  • Republican Courts. (6 speeches)

    69. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether his attention has been drawn to a Provisional Government Order, dated 31st April, 1922, addressed to all Dail court officials and...