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CROWDS WATCH ARRIVAL OF

CROWDS WATCH ARRIVAL OF

discussed is a report submit toil by the Special Committee which sat yesterday afternoon. with regard the obsorvaneo of tho truce in Ireland, and it is possible that Sinn Fein representatives may raise the matter of tho release of the Irish internees. Tho a
13 October 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRATERNISING IN DUBLIN.

FRATERNISING IN DUBLIN.

Developments Were Brought About. LORD MIDLETON ON THE NEW HOPES. Mr. de Valera May Make a Preliminary Visit to London. A truce in Ireland has been arranged. and hostilities will cease from Monday at noon. This glad news, which, as the " Westminster Gazette
09 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH ISSUE.

THE IRISH ISSUE.

will have to applied to the sincerity Sinn Fein both as to the proceedings in the Conference and the maintenance of the truce in Ireland itself." The latitude allowed has been very generous, but it cannot be interminable.
22 October 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TWO STATEMENTIi AND THE INFERENCE.

TWO STATEMENTIi AND THE INFERENCE.

together, and that soon the two Legislatures will he one. The first thing, however, that should be done is to declare a truce in Ireland so that the outrages on both sides will cease. Such tragedies as have happened in North-East Ulster during the last week
07 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE WESTMINSTER GAZETTE

THE WESTMINSTER GAZETTE

and if they hold together and work together it will not happen. It. is a very happy coincidence, if it is one. that the truce in Ireland coincides with President Harding's invitation. In proportion as- we can convert that truce into a settlement, the hope
11 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
Introductory.

Introductory.

concomitant circumstances, of Messrs. Yarrow to close temporary their shipping works in Glasgow ; the holding, during the truce in Ireland, of the Dublin horseehow ; the playing of the fifth and final Test Match between England and Australia, and the beginning
17 August 1921 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
WHITLEY BAY

WHITLEY BAY

De Valera to discuss the possibility of peace. The most hopeful feature in the situation the strictobscr.ance of the truce in Ireland, which became offeclive on Monday at noon, as between the forces of the Crown and those of the Republicans. Previously
15 July 1921 - Shields Daily News - Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
 
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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
 
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END . Archbishop Clune , of Perth , Australia , who has figured prominently as a mediator in tho attempts to arrange a truce in Ireland , and who has had one or two conferences with Mr Lloyd George , has been staying in a West End hotel for the last two
08 January 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The trial was begun m Manchester of 19 Irishmen accused of treason felonv against the King . ^^ ^ (

The trial was begun m Manchester of 19 Irishmen accused of treason felonv against the King . ^^ ^ (

include '' ' Charles Il . ' s Statue in Parliament Square " ( by Dr John Harrison and Mr D . B . Dott ) , and the " Truce " in Ireland ( by Sir James H . Ramsay of Bamff . ) ( p . 6 . ) The serious consequences of the prolongation of the drought are discussed
08 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland