Mr Patrick M'Hugh

1858 - May 30, 1909
Summary information for Mr Patrick M'Hugh



Operations of Irish Land Act, 1903. Commons February 9, 1904

Land Purchase Acts—Rejected Applications for Advances. Commons February 12, 1904

Operations of Irish Land Act. Commons February 12, 1904

Irish Court of Chancery. Commons February 25, 1904

Irish Judges of Assize. Commons February 25, 1904

St. Stephen's Green Parliamentary Vacancy. Commons February 25, 1904

Actions for Conspiracy in County Courts Commons February 29, 1904

Actions for Conspiracy in Irish County Courts. Commons February 29, 1904

Irish Local Government Board Officials. Commons February 29, 1904

Irish Resident Magistrate Major Gosselin. Commons February 29, 1904

Irish Land Act Report. Commons March 1, 1904

Mr. P. Chevenix Trench. Commons March 15, 1904

Dohern National School. Commons April 19, 1904

Estates Commissioners' Rules. Commons May 5, 1904

Parish Committees in North Leitrim Commons May 10, 1904

Income of Teacher of Ballynaclosha National School. Commons July 5, 1904

Contribution by Irish National Teachers to Upkeep of Schools. Commons July 5, 1904

Irish School Teachers' Remuneration—Kilrusheighter Teacher's Claim. Commons July 5, 1904

Munster Dairy School. Commons July 5, 1904

Members of Royal Irish Constabulary Punished at Instance of County Inspector Ball. Commons July 12, 1904

2 speeches — Kilrusheightey School Teacher's Salary. Commons July 12, 1904

Lurgydonnell River Floods. Commons July 25, 1904

2 speeches — Irish Loan Fund Bill. Commons July 25, 1904

Roscommon and Leitrim County Court Judgeship. Commons August 8, 1904

The Earl of Shaftesbury's Antrim Tenants. Commons August 8, 1904

Compassionate Allowance for Widow of Rural Postman Bartholomew Somers, of Dromohair. Commons August 11, 1904

Kilrushughter School—Grant for Agricultural Instruction. Commons August 11, 1904

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