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TO PROLONG THE TRUCE, Peace With Ireland Council and the "Daily News" Demand.

TO PROLONG THE TRUCE, Peace With Ireland Council and the "Daily News" Demand.

TO PROLONG THE TRUCE, Peace With Ireland Council and the "Daily News" Demand. The demand of the " Daily New," that the Irish Conference should not be allowed finally to break down is supported in a resolution of the Executive Committee of the Peace with
06 December 1921 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Great Reception for Irish Leader at Euston. KEEPING THE TRUCE, Ireland Rejoices and Even Belfast, Stays Its Hand on Orange

Great Reception for Irish Leader at Euston. KEEPING THE TRUCE, Ireland Rejoices and Even Belfast, Stays Its Hand on Orange

Great Reception for Irish Leader at Euston. KEEPING THE TRUCE, Ireland Rejoices and Even Belfast, Stays Its Hand on Orange Day. Mr. De Valera, the Sum Fein Preeident,- arrived in London last night. Many, thousands of Irish sympathisers were-present in
13 July 1921 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
TRUCE BROKEN IN BELFAST.

TRUCE BROKEN IN BELFAST.

morning, but the police prevented any serious outbreak. IRISH CONFERENCE ON THURSDAY. Truce Incident at Kingstown. The truce in Ireland came into force at noon yesterday, and to signalise the event n. yacht in Kingstown Harbour ran up the Republican flag
12 July 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE IRISH CONFERENCE

THE IRISH CONFERENCE

that a . Special Committee , was appomied to consider the various questions relating to a stricter observation of the truce in Ireland . Three representatives from each side form the Committee . At the outset of the Conference on Tuesday it was decided
13 October 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

SMUGGLING OF TOY DOGS, VIEWS A PROPOSAL FOR A A TRUCE IN IRELAND. The Lord Chancellor took his seat the Woolsack ve-terdav quarter four clock. NEW MEM DIR. Lord Cable, formerly Sir Ernest Cable, was introduced, and took his seat for the
24 March 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Acknowledgment

Acknowledgment

Sir,— 9Dirt the ceil people titaoiie in oily i Ireh coiieag ready •what achie' TRUCE IN IRELAND. Outcome of Dublin Conference. HACREADY at the mansion HOUSE. truce in Ireland, begin at noon on Honda * announced trom ' IASt night. ThU* wa» the outcome p
09 July 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
EVE OF IRISH TRUCE

EVE OF IRISH TRUCE

been fixed 12 noon, July 11 (Monday). FRENCH OPINION ON THE TRUCE. The Paris newspapers are unanimous in welcoming the truce in Ireland, and express the hope that it will end in a successful settlement of the Irish question. Gaulois says:—lt is admittedly
11 July 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ULSTER'S POSITION. Possibilities of Irish Connpromise. SIR JAMES CRAIG'S VISIT. (By Our Political Correspondent.) The Cabinet met at the House

ULSTER'S POSITION. Possibilities of Irish Connpromise. SIR JAMES CRAIG'S VISIT. (By Our Political Correspondent.) The Cabinet met at the House

discussed. ' THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. Volley of Questions for Sir Hamar Greenwood. In the House of Commons, yesterday, the Chief Secretary was subjected to another bombardment of questions with reference to alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland. Mr. Ly
04 November 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY 1 THE WORLD The Truce with Ireland and President Harding's suggestion for a Truce in Arms generally have not been followed by a Truce with the Sun, which continues to blaze down on our thirsty land. THE truce with Ireland and President Harding'
16 July 1921 - Graphic - London, London, England
 
THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY of THE WORLD

THE WAY 1 THE WORLD The Truce with Ireland and President Harding's suggestion for a Truce in Arms generally have not been followed by a Truce with the Sun, which continues to blaze down on our thirsty land. THE truce with Ireland and President Harding'
16 July 1921 - The Graphic - London, London, England