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ANOTHER TRUCE IN IRELAND.

ANOTHER TRUCE IN IRELAND.

ANOTHER TRUCE IN IRELAND. Will It Lead To Peace? Ireland is once more making a bid for emergence from her state of turmoil. A trace lasting until 4 p.m. on Monday has been entered upon in order that leaders of Free State and irregular troops may try to
05 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HIGH HOPES. QUESTION OF A TRUCE IN IRELAND SUBJECT OF DISCUSSION. BUSY MORNING.

HIGH HOPES. QUESTION OF A TRUCE IN IRELAND SUBJECT OF DISCUSSION. BUSY MORNING.

HIGH HOPES. QUESTION OF A TRUCE IN IRELAND SUBJECT OF DISCUSSION. BUSY MORNING. Events are moving fast in the whole-hearted effort which is being made to secure peace in Ireland. General Smuts, whose work as a healing influence and a trusted conciliator
06 July 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
London letter Ulsory ploughing of land may defeated. c °NSIDERS TRUCE WITH IRELAND. _ COVERNMJI?, W restles WHILE «=RNMENT NEGOTIATES.

London letter Ulsory ploughing of land may defeated. c °NSIDERS TRUCE WITH IRELAND. _ COVERNMJI?, W restles WHILE «=RNMENT NEGOTIATES.

London letter Ulsory ploughing of land may defeated. c °NSIDERS TRUCE WITH IRELAND. _ COVERNMJI?, W restles WHILE «=RNMENT NEGOTIATES. Cw *" l 8«" Special Wire.) SO D House 12 Fetter Lane » treet ' E -C., Wednesday. R if* experienced to-day the first
09 December 1920 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRUCE IN IRELAND.

TRUCE IN IRELAND.

TRUCE IN IRELAND. DEMAND AT TRADE UNIONS. CONGRESS. MR THOMAS AND THE ARMED CAMP. The direct action i raised at a specia' Trade Unions Congie.,s hc'.d t'r.e Central Hall. Wc'tm'nster. to-diy. iliscuss the attitude, ! p .licy of the llr.tidi Trade Unions
13 July 1920 - Edinburgh Evening News - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
-A TRUCE WITH IRELAND."

-A TRUCE WITH IRELAND."

- A TRUCE WITH IRELAND." DEMAND OF CARI.TON & NETHE.RFII:LD . RESIDENTS. A public meeting was held in the Co-operative tialL Nethertield, last Sunday evening to demand a truce with Ireland. The meeting was the outcome of a Conference of the members of
25 December 1920 - South Notts Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
8 O’CLOCK EOITIOII. TRUCE IN IRELAND.

8 O’CLOCK EOITIOII. TRUCE IN IRELAND.

8 O’CLOCK EOITIOII. TRUCE IN IRELAND. TWO SECTIONS OF THE ARMY TO ATTEMPT UNIFICATION.
05 May 1922 - Shields Daily News - Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
 
TACIT TRUCE IN IRELAND. (ContUmed from Pffge 1.)

TACIT TRUCE IN IRELAND. (ContUmed from Pffge 1.)

TACIT TRUCE IN IRELAND. (ContUmed from Pffge 1.) ing in favour of a speedy settlement of the Irish question. The people felt more than ever that trade and commerce in Ireland was suffering acutely, and it was evident that determined efforts were going
05 July 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
" TRUCE" IN IRELAND . Eamff , July 6 , 1921 . Sm , —In a recent issue of yours

" TRUCE" IN IRELAND . Eamff , July 6 , 1921 . Sm , —In a recent issue of yours

" TRUCE" IN IRELAND . Eamff , July 6 , 1921 . Sm , —In a recent issue of yours thero appeared an earnest a / ppoal to the Prinio Minister signed by Bishops , deans , clergymen , representatives o £ the Society of Friends and of numerous relipious associations
08 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SUGGESTED TRUCE IN IRELAND . TRADE UNION CONGRESS AKD WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS . VOTE FOR DIRECT ACTION .

SUGGESTED TRUCE IN IRELAND . TRADE UNION CONGRESS AKD WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS . VOTE FOR DIRECT ACTION .

SUGGESTED TRUCE IN IRELAND . TRADE UNION CONGRESS AKD WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS . VOTE FOR DIRECT ACTION . The direct action issue was raised again at a special Trade Union Congress held at tho Central Hall , Westminster , yesterday to discuss tho attitude
14 July 1920 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SHOT IN BELFAST ON THE EVE OF THE TRUCE IN IRELAND ; COMMANDEERED The E«rl of Craven, Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire,

SHOT IN BELFAST ON THE EVE OF THE TRUCE IN IRELAND ; COMMANDEERED The E«rl of Craven, Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire,

SHOT IN BELFAST ON THE EVE OF THE TRUCE IN IRELAND ; COMMANDEERED The E«rl of Craven, Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire, and a well-known member the Royal Yacht Squadron, was reported missing from his yacht “Sylvia,” off Cowes, on Sunday, June 10. Subsequently
16 July 1921 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England