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Dáil Éireann debate -
Wednesday, 22 Jan 1919

Vol. F No. 2


The Roll of members was called over by the Clerk and the following teachtai answered to their names:—
Clontarf—R. Mulcahy.
College Green—Sean T. O'Kelly.
Connemara—P. O'Maille.
Cork City—J.J. Walsh.
Cork West—Sean O h-Aodha.
Donegal North—J. O'Doherty.
Donegal South—P.J. Ward.
Donegal West—J. Sweeney.
Harbour, Dublin—P. Shanahan.
Kerry East—P. Beasley.
Kildare North—D. O Buachalla.
Limerick West—C. O Coileain.
Louth—J.J. O'Kelly.
Mayo North—Dr. Crowley.
Meath South—E.J. Duggan.
Leix—Kevin O'Higgins.
Rescommon North—Count Plunkett
St. Stephen's Green—Alderman Kelly.
Tipperary Mid.—J.A. Burke.
Tipperary South—P. Moloney.
Waterford Co.—Cathal Brugha.
Wexford North—R. Sweetman.
Wexford South—Dr. Ryan.
Wicklow West—R.C. Barton.
Letters and telegrams of congratulation on the Declaration of Independence of the Irish Republic were read.
Mr. T.J. HARBISON, teachta for N.E. Tyrone, wrote acknowledging invitation to attend the Dáil, which invitation he stated he should decline for obvious reasons. He expressed his entire sympathy with the demand of Ireland for a hearing of her just Cause at the Congress of the Nations. The contents of the letter were ordered to be published.