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  Domhnall Ua Buachalla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Except in formal legal documents, during Ua Buachalla's term the office of governor-general came generally to be known by as Seanascal (pronounced, shan-ass-scall), the Irish language translation of governor-general.
Ua Buachalla, the last surviving governor-general, attended the inauguration of the first President of Ireland, Douglas Hyde, in Dublin Castle in June, 1938.
Ua Buachalla and de Valera subsequently patched up their differences, and in a symbolic act of apology, de Valera, when elected President of Ireland in 1959 appointed Ua Buachalla to his advisory Council of State.
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 Domhnall Ua Buachalla: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ua Buachalla was elected Sinn Féin MP for Kildare (Kildare: kildare (cill dara in irish, meaning "church of the oaks") is a town in county kildare...
On de Valera's instruction, Ua Buachalla did not reside in the official residence of the Governor-General, the Viceregal Lodge (Viceregal Lodge: áras an uachtaráin (formerly the viceregal lodge) is the official residence of the...
Ua Buachalla, the last surviving governor-general, attended the inauguration of the first President of Ireland (President of Ireland: the president of ireland (irish: uachtarán na héireann) is the head of state of the...
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 Governor-General of the Irish Free State - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ua Buachalla and de Valera, although once close friends, fell out over Ua Buachalla's treatment in the abolition of the governor-generalship, with Ua Buachalla initiating legal proceedings to sue de Valera.
However their relationship was eventually healed and, when de Valera later became President of Ireland, he appointed Ua Buachalla to the Council of State in 1959.
Ua Buachalla was the last surviving Governor-General, and died aged 97 on the 30 October 1963.
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 Domhnall Ua Buachalla - Wiki Ireland
Domhnall Ua Buachalla (pronounced Donal ou-a Bu-calla) or Donal Buckley (February 3, 1866 - October 30 1963) was an Irish politician, who served as third and final Governor-General of the Irish Free State.
Image:Devff.jpg An Irish language activist and member of the Irish Volunteers Ua Buachalla from Maynooth, County Kildare was imprisoned after the Easter Rising.
Domhnall Ua Buachalla died, aged 97, on October 30, 1963, in a nursing home in Dublin.
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 Archontology.org: History of BUACHALLA, Domhnall Ua (Donal Buckley): presidents, kings, prime ministers, biography, ...
Ua Buachalla voted against the Anglo-Irish Treaty and fought in the Four Courts in the Civil War.
Ua Buachalla was elected member of Dáil Éireann from the Fianna Fáil party in 1927, but lost his seat in the General Election of 1932.
After the removal of James McNeill from the office of Governor-General, Ua Buachalla was appointed in his place until the post was abolished on the abdication of King Edward VIII.
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 Governor-General of the Irish Free State   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
De Valera then advised the King to appoint Domhnall Ua Buachalla, a former Fianna Fáil TD to the post.
Their relationship was however later healed and de Valera as President of Ireland in 1959 appointed Ua Buachalla to the Council of State.
The last surviving governor-general, Domhnall Ua Buachalla, died aged 97 on the 30th October 1963.
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 1963 in Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
November 1 - The body of Domhnall Ua Buachalla, the last Governor-General of the Irish Free State, is buried in Dublin.
November 7 - The Beatles arrive in Dublin for a concert in the Adelphi Cinema.
October 30 - Domhnall Ua Buachalla, last Governor-General of the Irish Free State.
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 Domhnall Ua Buachalla: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ua Buachalla was elected Sinn Féin MP for Kildare (Kildare (cill dara in irish, meaning "church of the oaks") is a town in county kildare in the republic of...)
Eventually de Valera was forced to grant Ua Buachalla a large pension and pay his outstanding rent and expenses to stop a potentially highly embarrassing court case going ahead, Exception Handler: No article summary found.
Ua Buachalla and de Valera (Irish statesman (born in the United States); as president of the Irish Free State he was responsible for the new constitution of 1937 that created the state of Eire (1882-1975))
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 Governor-General of the Irish Free State - Wikipedia
Three men held the post: Tim Healy, KC (1922 - 1927), James McNeill (1928 - 1932) and Domhnall Ua Buachalla (1932 - 1936).
The last governor-general resided in a specially hired private residence in Booterstown, County Dublin.
The last surviving governor-general, Domhnall Ua Buachalla, died aged 98 on the 30th October 1963.
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 Dáil Éireann - Volume 22 - 08 March, 1928 - CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. ORAL ANSWERS. - TALAMH DO ROINNT (CO. CHILL ...
D'fhiafruighDOMHNALL UA BUACHALLA den Aire Iascaigh an bhfuil aon ní á dhéanamh aige chun talamh eastáit Chluain Chorraigh i mBaile Nuadh i gCo.
DOMHNALL UA BUACHALLA: An bhfuil fhios ag an Rúnaí, um an am go mbeidh an cheist seo na hiasachtaí réitithe ag an Aire, go mbeidh se ródhéanach do sna feirmeoirí aon rud fónta do dhéanamh chun a gcuid talmhan do chur i gcóir—chun síol do chur agus a leithéid.
DOMHNALL UA BUACHALLA: Sin é is dó leis an Rúnaí.
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 Archontology.org: History of Ireland: Heads of State: 1932 (Vacancy in the Office of Governor General): presidents, ...
However, he refused to swear the Oath of Allegiance to the British monarch and engaged in a torrent of correspondence with Eamon de Valera and with King George V, suggesting at one point that the King could exercise his Constitutional functions without a Representative.
De Valera attempted to have the office of Governor-General merged with that of President of the Executive Council, but when the need for a Governor-General became pressing because there were bills that required the Royal Assent de Valera gave in and advised the King to appoint a new Representative of the Crown.
Domhnall Ua Buachalla (Donal Buckley) was appointed to the office on 24 Nov 1932 and was sworn in on 26 Nov 1932 at Bookerstown, Co. Dublin.
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 Royal Assent (Ireland) -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Though theoretically he could have done so, the third Governor-General, Domhnall Ua Buachalla, chose not to veto the Constitution (Removal of Oath) Act, 1933 enacted in 1933.
A Bill, having duly passed or having been deemed to pass, in the Dáil and the Seanad, would be presented to the Governor-General (in the Viceregal Lodge until 1932, in his rented residence from 1932 to 1936, by the President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State.
Though advised by de Valera's Executive Council not to carry out public engagements, Ua Buachalla continued to carry out his official state functions, including the granting of the Royal Assent.
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 Richard Buckle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
His full name in English was Daniel Richard Buckley.An Irish language activist and member of the Irish Volunteers Ua Buachalla from Maynooth, County Kildare was imprisoned after the Easter Rising.
(One of King George Vs titles was King of Ireland, hence the message of sympathy.)On de Valeras instruction, Ua Buachalla did not reside in the official residence of the Governor-General, the Viceregal Lodge (now called Áras an Uachtaráin, the residence of the President of Ireland).
But he on de Valeras explicit advice, had leased the residence for a full five years, his expected term of office, meaning that there remained one years outstanding lease, for a residence he could not now affordand for which had no need now in any case, now that he was no longer governor-general.
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 Maynooth - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase
The town is just inside the western edge of The Pale.
In the 1920s, the town was again home to the Kings representative in Ireland, Domhnall Ua Buachalla, whose family still operate a hardware store in the town.
The famed Connolly's Folly is also in the town, although it is arguably in Celbridge, as it is much closer to it, but is covered by Maynooth's very large town boundaries.
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 Governor-General - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Governor-General's official residence is usually called Government House.
The Governor-General of the Irish Free State resided in the then Viceregal Lodge in Phoenix Park, Dublin, but the government of Eamon De Valera sought to downgrade the office, and the last Governor-General, Domhnall Ua Buachalla, did not reside there.
In most Commonwealth realms, the flag of the Governor-General has been the standard pattern of a blue flag with the Royal Crest (lion standing on a crown) above a scroll with the name of the jurisdiction.
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 Sean T. O'Kelly   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The talkative, tactless, fanatically religious whiskey-drinking O'Kelly matched the bill, perhaps through indiscretions rather than deliberate actions.
However O'Kelly was not made governor-general, the post instead going to former Fianna Fil TD Domhnall Ua Buachalla.
In 1938, again O'Kelly's position in cabinet became a focus for speculation, as rumours swept Leinster House (the seat of Parliament) that deV intended making O'Kelly the Fianna Fil choice to become president of Ireland, the office which had replaced the governor-generalship in the new Irish constitution, Bunreacht na hireann.
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 Dail Elections since 1918
De Valera considered, but in the end rejected, the prospects of carrying on without one, and in the end appointed Domhnall Ua Buachalla (who had stood in Kildare in every election from 1918, getting elected only in 1918, 1921 and June 1927) as "Seanascheal".
Ua Buachalla carried out no public duties whatsoever apart from signing legislation into law.
Eamon de Valera formed a Fianna Fáil government with Labour support (eventually winning enough by-elections to do without).
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