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COMMONS PLEA FOE EASTER TRUCE IN IRELAND. . premier Bangs the Door Shoots the Bolts. «NO SURRENDER TO CRIME.” »y

COMMONS PLEA FOE EASTER TRUCE IN IRELAND. . premier Bangs the Door Shoots the Bolts. «NO SURRENDER TO CRIME.” »y

COMMONS PLEA FOE EASTER TRUCE IN IRELAND. . premier Bangs the Door Shoots the Bolts. «NO SURRENDER TO CRIME.” »y Our apodal to? s ««-r , t *t& urtb" jfe?!,™ S the diewueien wee the ,0 all the epMken who took oTenna**rio« tell, fac e I^,' woe the keroote
24 March 1921 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
SENTIMENTALISTS AND IRISH PEACE.

SENTIMENTALISTS AND IRISH PEACE.

Correspondent.) Westminster, Wednesday. Just because Easter is at hand, the sentimentalists made another call for a truce in Ireland. They pointed out that at Christmas an effort was made. Now that Easter is approaching oould not it be made again? Up
24 March 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE SUMMING UP.

THE SUMMING UP.

that the result of the recent bye-elections Wag very largely due to what had been happening to Ireland. They needed A TRUCE iN IRELAND. (Cheats.) He understood they were prepared to make large concessions if a meeting were arranged with the representatives
08 March 1921 - Leicester Daily Post - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
A Helpful Debate.

A Helpful Debate.

government was impossible in Ireland to-day, it was the Government alone that was responsible. What they needed was a truce in Ireland. (Cheere) They wanted a larger vision and a nobler imagination on the part of the head of the Government in approaching
08 March 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Opposition " Embarrassments for the Government. (Coirranumm). In circles bitterly hostile to the Coalition Government efforts were made prior

The Opposition " Embarrassments for the Government. (Coirranumm). In circles bitterly hostile to the Coalition Government efforts were made prior

negotiation& Peace negotiations forsooth ! Has the very definite stipulation been forgotten that before there can be a truce in Ireland, there must be a surrender of arms. It is not meet that representatives of His Majuiv'e Government should treat with
04 March 1921 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
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T-ELEPHONE 1326 (FOUR LINES), THE DAILY POST. MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1921 THE OUTLOOK IN IRELAND. Easter has brought no holiday truce to Ireland, and the story ot the past week-end is merely another instalment in overlong serial of violence and outrage. When is
28 March 1921 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF C 03 DI 0 NS MONDAY , JIabch 7 .

HOUSE OF C 03 DI 0 NS MONDAY , JIabch 7 .

government was impossible in Ireland to-day ,-it was . the Government alone that was responsible . ' What they needed / was a truce in Ireland . ( Cheers . ) They wanted a larger vision and a nobler imagination on the part of the head of the Government in ' a
08 March 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland