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LR ^ E ' ^ ^ ED '' TRUCE TALK . "

LR ^ E ' ^ ^ ED '' TRUCE TALK . "

sheet -which is prepared for circulation amongst thoi R . I . C ., contains the following : — " Thoro is • jtalk of u truce in Ireland . This is just simplo , plain propaganda . What is tho situation ? Ireland has , like tho rest of the British Isles
18 December 1920 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRELAND'S WAR SHARE.

IRELAND'S WAR SHARE.

NATIONALISTS IGNORE PARTY TRUCE. (From at! Irish Correspondent.) Dublin, January 14. Is there a party truce in Ireland ? Aro j oousiderations regarding the war first in j the minds of the people ? This was so a few months ago when Mr John
16 January 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE TRADE BOARDS.

THE TRADE BOARDS.

ploughing the w»»rk. glnecring.” THE TRUCE IN IRELAND, Meeting the Special Committee The Special appointed tTt* Irish Peace Conference to consider various questions relating the stricter observation of the truce Ireland meeting in London this afternoon.
12 October 1921 - Shields Daily News - Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
 
PREMIER AND CRITICS OF IRISH NEGOTIATIONS.

PREMIER AND CRITICS OF IRISH NEGOTIATIONS.

it will once be cancelled. The Truce Terms. Mr Lloyd George, answer Viscount Wolmer and other questioners, said the truce in Ireland, particulars of which appeared in tin* White Paper icsued on Wednesday, was arranged between the General Officor Commanding
28 October 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
attempt to spike IRISH PEACE. THE TRUCE TALK RIDICULED. ,I.C. News-sheet ARMELITE MONASTERY RAIDED. . A remarkable reference to the

attempt to spike IRISH PEACE. THE TRUCE TALK RIDICULED. ,I.C. News-sheet ARMELITE MONASTERY RAIDED. . A remarkable reference to the

among members of the Royal Irish Constabulary. Under the heading Truce Talk,” the Article says:— , “There is talk of a truce in Ireland. This •s just simple, plain propaganda. What is situation ? Ireland has, like the rest the British Isles, full adequate
18 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
REVIEWING THE TRUCE IN

REVIEWING THE TRUCE IN

REVIEWING THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. TO-DAY'S PEACE MEETING
13 October 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sie Johk SraoM USD TBS Governmext . —Sir John Simon , speaking at the annual meeting of the Yorkshire Liberal

Sie Johk SraoM USD TBS Governmext . —Sir John Simon , speaking at the annual meeting of the Yorkshire Liberal

Minister claimed silence because he was endeavouring to make peace in Ireland . He did not see why , because there was a truce in Ireland , there should be complete oblivion . The claim for silence showed the lengths to which personal government had gone
18 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FRENCH PRESS AJVD 1 KJSLAND

FRENCH PRESS AJVD 1 KJSLAND

PiSE , July i !) . —lae newspapers are unanimous in welcoming the truce in Ireland and express the hope thai it will end in a successful settlement of the 1-nch question . Tha Gavloit says : —It is admittedly not peace yet
11 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TrTE PBnRPEOTS OF A TRUCE

TrTE PBnRPEOTS OF A TRUCE

Inquiries in Government circles yesterday re vealed a somewhat guarded attitude with regard . to prospects of a Christmas truce in Ireland . Notwithstanding the Premier ' s offer , there are many obstacles to be overcome , and tho issue instead of being of
08 December 1920 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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House pourparlers betv / een Mr De Valora and the' Southern'Unionists are resumed on'Friday . The' question of a truce throughout Ireland ; it is believed , is at the moment receiving urgent , attention , and it would not be too much to say that yes-¦
07 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland