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LIVE RPOO L, May 6.

LIVE RPOO L, May 6.

Chairman agreeing with the honourable member for Cashel, John bunaloa himgplf up. and walked off in a huff. THE TRUCE OF IRELAND. "The Truce of Ireland" is the heading given by the Nation to the address "to the Repealers of Ireland," which as signed ye
08 May 1848 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC PRESS.

impression fa- vourable to the Government. We have had opportunities of demonstrating on several oc- casions that the truce in Ireland (stuch as it is) is the result of a compromise with disaffection and ruffianism, by which compromise the gross- est injustice
17 August 1839 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CHARTIST MEETING LAST NIGHT,

CHARTIST MEETING LAST NIGHT,

Hall were now leagued together. (Hear, hear, and cheers.) To prove this he read an extract from The Natimt., headed "The truce of Ireland," and signed by John Miley, D.D. William S. O'Brien, M.P. John O'Connell, M.P. John B. Dillon, Andrew R. Stretch, Charles
09 May 1848 - Manchester Examiner - Manchester, Lancashire, England