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TRUCE IN IRELAND. Irish Press on the King's Message.

TRUCE IN IRELAND. Irish Press on the King's Message.

TRUCE IN IRELAND. Irish Press on the King's Message. DUMAN, Thunda7l Ceanmenting on the King . * speech to Ulster Parliament the Dublin" Irish says:—" Henceforward no Irishmen, wise is not a fool •or fanatic, can ignore tte signcance of the Northern
23 June 1921 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PEACE WELCOMED. Both Sides ' Urges Acceptance.

PEACE WELCOMED. Both Sides ' Urges Acceptance.

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
 
STARTLING INCIDENTS IN LIMERICK

STARTLING INCIDENTS IN LIMERICK

of Friends, the Executive Committee have cent to members of Parliament letter pressing seriously them the urgent need truce in Ireland, and begging them to support without dalay "an effort towards a mutual cessation of acts of repression sod hostility
10 June 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
VoL. XXII. No. 608

VoL. XXII. No. 608

n being that the mottoes on those banners must come within the limits of Peace phraseology, such as, " Peace (or a Truce) with Ireland," " Women Citizens (or Voters) desire Peace, Goodwill, and Friendship with Ireland," etc., etc.,—our one object on this
17 June 1921 - Vote - London, London, England
 
1 horrors

1 horrors

FOR • TRUCE IN IRELAND. All through the 4 Testi ' - yid& have sow culminat e d frelamd sheer anarchy, there been a Cilirreat of opinion in farm of an esdeavoor to brine poses, mode in a spirit far different and futile attempted. Oxford's mind
03 June 1921 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Westminster, Tuesday Night. MANY DAYS. As I stated last night, the coal, negotiations have very quickly reached a settlement this

Westminster, Tuesday Night. MANY DAYS. As I stated last night, the coal, negotiations have very quickly reached a settlement this

quite possible that certain conditions precedent will have to he arranged. The Cabinet would quite prepared to agree truce in Ireland, in the sense of cessation all minatory movements police troopSj during the negotiations, on the understanding that Sinn
29 June 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England