The Irish Constitution: Explained

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The Irish Constitution: Explained  (1922) 
by Darrell Figgis


THE

IRISH CONSTITUTION


EXPLAINED

by

DARRELL FIGGIS






MELLIFONT PRESS, LTD.
KILDARE HOUSE,
WESTMORELAND STREET, DUBLIN



I INSCRIBE THIS BOOK
TO MY FRIEND

ARTHUR GRIFFITH





THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE IN SESSION.

From left to right—R. J. P. Mortishead (Secretary), John O Byrne B.L., C. J. France, Darrell Figgis}} (Acting Chairman), E. M. Stephens B.L. (Secretary), P. A. O'Toole B.L. (Secretary), James MacNeill, Hugh Kennedy K.C., James Murnaghan B.L., James Douglas Prof. Alfred O'Rahilly, and Kevin O'Shiel B.L. were absent from the Session)

From left to rightR. J. P. Mortishead (Secretary) John O Byrne B.L.C. J. France
Darrell Figgis (Acting Chairman) E. M. Stephens B.L. (Secretary) P. A. O'Toole B.L. (Secretary)
James MacNeillHugh Kennedy K.C.James Murnahan B.L.James Douglas
(Prof. Alfred O'Rahilly and Kevin O'Shiel B.L. were absent from the Session)


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