the 111 Mansion HciUsc pouxparkrs between Mr. Valera and the Southern Unionist* are resumed Friday. Tha Question a truce throughout Ireland, it is believed, the moment receiving urgent attention, and it understood to-day conference was primarily eoncerned
06 July 1921 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Mansion House pourparlers between Mr De Valera 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. It understood to-day's Conference was primarily concerned
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
Kenworthy has given notice to ask the Prime Minister in the House of Commons this afternoon whether it is intended to offer a truce in Ireland during the progress of negotiations with the Irish leaders.
27 June 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
earnest desire of the Government," said the influential informant, " would be that during .the appeal to the country the truce in Ireland .would be maintained. Of course, if Sinn Fein take the initiative the Government will be compelled to act." Mr. Lloyd
01 November 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
THE TERMS OF THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. DRILLING NOT PERMISSIBLE. NO WITHDRAWAL OF BAN ON IMPORTATION OF ARMS. Answering a series of questions on Ireland in the House of Commons this afternoon, Sir Hamar Greenwood made it clear that the prohibition of the
20 October 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Ouse at Selby yesterday. Mr. Asquith, speaking in London, last n.ght, suggested the Government should grant mnudiate truce in Ireland, withdraw the Auxiliary foroes, and enter into negotiations with Ireland's eleefod repie•autau vu*.
12 May 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
Mansion House pourparlers between Mr. de Valera 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 is understood to-day’s conference was primarily
06 July 1921 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England