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Smuts intervening•.

Smuts intervening•.

on what i so generally spoken of as the Peace negoti itions now entered upon, but the need of the declaration of a truce throughout Ireland is ur g ent. Bombing has ceased in Dubli.i, and with it day and night firing. Ireland is raying that the lull may
07 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Broad Issue.

The Broad Issue.

Both are in favour of the capital levy - proposal, which looks so promising until it is fully examined; both call for a truce with Ireland; and the Wee Free representative goes to the length, even after the control muddles which we halve seen, of advocating
05 March 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
IRISH DEVELOPMENTS? SMUTS’ SPEEDY RETURN TO LONDON. COHFERENCE THIS MORNING WITH PREMIER. LORD MIDLETON AND SIR J. CRAIG PRESENT. THE

IRISH DEVELOPMENTS? SMUTS’ SPEEDY RETURN TO LONDON. COHFERENCE THIS MORNING WITH PREMIER. LORD MIDLETON AND SIR J. CRAIG PRESENT. THE

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
 
FOR WORLD PEACI

FOR WORLD PEACI

discussions relating to Far Eastern problems." LORD CRAVEN DROWNED. TER BARIUM= INDEPINIMINT, SATURDAY. JULY 16, 1921. A TRUCE IN IRELAND. OUTCOME OF CONFERENCE.
16 July 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
IRISH QUESTIONS.

IRISH QUESTIONS.

was subjected another bombardment questions the House of Commons yesterday with reference to alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland. Mr. Lynn mentioned Sinn Fein military camps, and suggested the police and military were not allowed to take any steps
04 November 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DAILt TELEGRAPH NEW TRUCE MOVE. Irish Negotiations Begun Afresh. THE DISARMAMENT QUESTION. (By Our Political Correspondent.) Wednesday morning. It is

DAILt TELEGRAPH NEW TRUCE MOVE. Irish Negotiations Begun Afresh. THE DISARMAMENT QUESTION. (By Our Political Correspondent.) Wednesday morning. It is

THE DISARMAMENT QUESTION. (By Our Political Correspondent.) Wednesday morning. It is reported that negotiations for a truce in Ireland were begun afresh yesterday by a representative of Mr. de Valera and an Irish Member of the Government. It is also suggested
09 March 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEFEAT OF THE CENSURE MOTION.

DEFEAT OF THE CENSURE MOTION.

Commons last night by 439 votes to 43. Mr. Lloyd George, who spoke for exactly an hour, first touched on breaches of the Truce in Ireland, and said the Government had received guarantees which he thought Sinn Fein was doing rts best carry out. They had evidence
01 November 1921 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
(By Our Political Correspondent.)

(By Our Political Correspondent.)

and if, as seems most likely, neither Sinn Feiner's, Ulstermek, nor the British Government wish a firmal breach of the truce in Ireland, then Mr. Lloyd George will leave both Northern and Southern Ireland to think things over, and will go to the Washington
21 November 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AN ELECTION PREDICTED.

AN ELECTION PREDICTED.

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 obliviom The claim for silence showed the lengths to which personal government had gone. The
18 July 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IRISH PARLEY RESUMED.

IRISH PARLEY RESUMED.

Association, was report submitted by the Special Committee which sat yesterday afternoon with regard to tne observance of the truce in Ireland. Slim rein March. After the arrival of the Sinn Fein representatives the police intimated to the crowd that .they' would
13 October 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England