Mr Daniel Sheehan

1873 - 1947
Summary information for Mr Daniel Sheehan



Labourers' Cottages in Ireland. Commons March 1, 1906

Rate of Interest on Loans Raised for Erection of Labourers' Cottages. Commons March 5, 1906

Labourers' Allotments at Derryroe. Commons March 6, 1906

Labourers' Cottage Schemes in Ireland. Commons March 8, 1906

Sales of the Culthurst and Skerrick Estate. Commons March 12, 1906

Labourers (Ireland) Acts. Commons March 26, 1906

Saturday Half-Holidays for Government Officials. Commons March 28, 1906

Macroom District Council and the Estates Commissioners. Commons March 28, 1906

Labourers' Allotments in Cork—John Keeffe's Case. Commons March 29, 1906

Expenditure on Labourers' Cottage Schemes. Commons March 29, 1906

Irish National Teachers as Farmers. Commons March 29, 1906


Irish Public Servants' Half-Holidays. Commons May 16, 1906

Prosecution of Mr. R. Murphy for Dog Licence. Commons May 22, 1906

Education Bill—Inefficient Voluntary Schools. Commons May 25, 1906

Reinstatement of Evicted Tenants— Application of John Haurihan. Commons May 25, 1906

Application of T. Murphy for Untenanted Farm at Coolalta. Commons May 28, 1906

Macroom Gam Licence Prosecution. Commons June 19, 1906

Dunmanway Cottage Scheme. Commons June 20, 1906

Massy Estate, Macroom. Commons June 21, 1906

Labourers' Cottage Schemes. Commons June 21, 1906

Ardrum Evicted Tenant. Commons June 25, 1906

Irish Evicted Tenants—Case of Jeremiah Murphy. Commons June 26, 1906

Loans for Labourers' Cottages. Commons June 26, 1906

Sales on the Warrenscourt Estate, County Cork. Commons July 11, 1906

Macroom District Council and extra land for labourers' cottages. Commons July 11, 1906

Ballincollig Canteen Contract. Commons July 30, 1906

2 speeches — LABOURERS (IRELAND) BILL. Commons August 1, 1906

Reinstatement of Evicted Tenants on Mr. W. Nelegan's Estate, County Cork. Commons December 3, 1906

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