Mr James O'Kelly

1845 - December 22, 1916
Summary information for Mr James O'Kelly



Compulsory Purchase Powers. Commons February 21, 1906

Punitive Expeditions in Southern Nigeria. Commons March 1, 1906

Keadue (Roscommon) Telegraph Office. Commons March 1, 1906

Liverpool Trade in Spirits with Nigeria. Commons March 8, 1906

Uganda—Mortality from Sleeping Sickness. Commons March 8, 1906

Re-instatement of Evicted Tenants in Chapel Street, Boyle, County Roscommon. Commons March 12, 1906

Sale of Major French's Cloonyquin Estate. Commons March 12, 1906

Keadue Telegraph Office. Commons March 20, 1906

Mrs. Grace Mahon's Roscommon Estate. Commons April 30, 1906

Boyle Councillor's Election Petition. Commons May 3, 1906

De Freyne Estate. Commons May 3, 1906

Tredennick Bog. Commons May 16, 1906

Irish Evicted Tenants—Case of Bernard Martin. Commons June 18, 1906

Applications for Reinstatement from Evicted Tenants in North Roscommon. Commons June 25, 1906

Housing of Working Classes—Boyle Commissioners Resolution. Commons June 25, 1906

The De Freyne Estate—Construction of a Road to the Village of Sheepwalk. Commons July 2, 1906

Railway from Sligo to Arigna—Government Grant. Commons October 30, 1906

2 speeches — Middlemenland Irish Land Purchases. Commons November 5, 1906

Sale of Mrs. Mahon's Estate at Strokes-town—Reduction of Rent of Sub-Tenants. Commons November 12, 1906

The De Freyne Estate. Commons November 19, 1906

Keadue Game Trespass Prosecution. Commons November 19, 1906

Demands for Payment of Rent from Tenants on the De Freyne Estate. Commons November 26, 1906

Labourers Allotments on the King-Harman Estate. Commons December 20, 1906

Boyle Rate Collector. Commons December 20, 1906

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