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LOUDON LETTER Westminster, Wednesday Night. IRISH 'tRUCE. The latent suggestion is that there should be a truce in Ireland, either

LOUDON LETTER Westminster, Wednesday Night. IRISH 'tRUCE. The latent suggestion is that there should be a truce in Ireland, either

LOUDON LETTER Westminster, Wednesday Night. IRISH 'tRUCE. The latent suggestion is that there should be a truce in Ireland, either officially or unofficially declared and! £.vorn, during the Parliamentary elections under the Home Rule Act. Negotiations
12 May 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BOWLING.

BOWLING.

Frankland ... 11, Dickson T. Hewitaoa ... F. Wrigbtson ... E. Lee D. Dawson ... 27 Negotiations are on foot for a truce Southern Ireland for the bolding of the elections. The nominations art fixed lor Friday, and the elections for 24.
11 May 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
BOY WINDOW SLASHER.

BOY WINDOW SLASHER.

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
 
ESCAPE OF SINN FEIN PRISONERS.

ESCAPE OF SINN FEIN PRISONERS.

yesterday raided the Ranelagh Branch of the Royal Bank of Ireland in Dublin and made off with £800. ASQUITH'S PLEA FOR TRUCE IN IRELAND. " AN AUTHENTIC NATIONAL MOVEMENT." Mr Asquith was one of the principal speakers at meeting held under the auspices of
12 May 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE KING'S SPEECH.

THE KING'S SPEECH.

meeting of women Liberals in London, Mr. Asquit# said:—"There must be a complete reciprocal, unreserved, and unqualified truce in Ireland. There must be an amnesty. The hands of neither side are clean. "There must be given to the freely elected representatives
21 May 1921 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MINISTERS FOR TRUCE

MINISTERS FOR TRUCE

Desire tor truce in Ireland is shown by large proportion of M.P-s, without distinction of party (writes our Lobby Cor respondent 7. Some ministers are for peace. The oardinal feet of the situation is that Parliament tor Soutliero Ireland
13 May 1921 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
index and summary

index and summary

<l series callous crimes I men i" t-ahvav. \|, .uith. speaking London, last In. Hi. Government should *:: i immediate truce Ireland, with- the Auxiliary and enter into ••iitmns. with Ireland's elected reprei fas* The i-i a 33 1-3 per cJiuv imported articles
12 May 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

disguised mfen Galwuy. Mr. Asquith. speaking London, Wednesday night, suggested the Government should grant immediate truce in Ireland. withdraw the Auxiliary Forces, and enter into negotiat ion* with Ireland's elected representatives. .. . . Fourteen
14 May 1921 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A WAY OF ESCAPE

A WAY OF ESCAPE

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13 May 1921 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LONDON LETTER.

LONDON LETTER.

(FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, Wednesday Night. IRISH TRUCE. The latest suggestion is that there should be a truce in Ireland, either oQicially or unofficially declared and sworn, during the parliamentary elections under the Homo Rule Act. Ne
12 May 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England