Láthair: An Seomra Cruinn, Teach an Ardmhéara. Príobháideach.
The HOME SECRETARY moved:—
"That a Select Committee be appointed to make a report on the imprisonment of absent Deputies and other Prisoners of War, and as to children kidnapped by English agents; the two internees in Reading and prisoners in Scotland; the Committee to consist of the three Members for Tipperary, COUNTESS MARKIEVICZ (St. Patrick's), E. BLYTHE (N. Monaghan). H. BOLAND (S. Roscommon), R.C. BARTON (West Wicklow), M. COLLINS (S. Cork), DR. HAYES (E. Limerick), E.J. DUGGAN (S. Meath), and SEAN MAC AN TSAOI (S. Monaghan)."
Tar éis an luíocháin i Sulchóid Bheag, ghabh oifigigh RIC Matthew Hogan a bhí 15 bliana d’aois, agus deartháir le Sean Hogan, Óglach a bhí páirteach sa luíochán, agus Timothy Connors, buachaill 11 bhliain d’aois a raibh a athair ag obair ar fheirm Sheáin Treacy, Óglach eile a bhí páirteach sa luíochán. Coinníodh na buachaillí gan chumarsáid ar feadh deich seachtaine.
Seconded by J. DOLAN (Leitrim), put and agreed to.
The proposal of the PRIOMH-AIRE that the Committee of Action originally appointed by the Republican Party to deal with prisoners be ratified by the Dáil was passed with acclamation.
The following items were postponed to the next sitting in order that the New Ministry might be enabled to consider them:—
(a) The case for the Peace Conference and League of Nations.
(b) Motion as to draft of Constitution of the proposed League of Nations.
(c) Motion for message to S.T. O CEALLAIGH.
(d) Motion for message to Irish abroad.