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THE TRUCE IN IRELAND.

THE TRUCE IN IRELAND.

THE TRUCE IRELAND. Sir.—lt quite evident that the Irish tru is mistake. Great Britain been a'cceiu-l. Those who up till now hav» supported Coalition ought to make dear whether they approve or disapprove of the Cabinet* action. To that end ought to barranged
10 August 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, 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
 
DE VALERA PUZZLE

DE VALERA PUZZLE

the Cabinet is willing to go. That General Macready has come to discuss what the Forces of the Crown shall do if the truce in Ireland is denounced, is another possibility which cannot be entirely ruled out. As it is known that Mr. de Valera is anxious
13 August 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.

BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Fein leaders that it is still possible to ask “What to happen next!” without being forced to give definite answer. The truce in Ireland still continues. It has created atmosphere and raised hopes which few people, either in Ireland or Great Britain, will
19 August 1921 - Linlithgowshire Gazette - Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland
 
SEDGEFIELD DIVISION

SEDGEFIELD DIVISION

commit suicide the Victoria Embankment Jdonday night. William O’Brien, in letter to the “Times,*’ declares the present truce in Ireland ha» only to prolonged sine die, and tho Irish difficulty is solved. What force and legislation have failed for ages,
31 August 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
MAGAZOJSS .

MAGAZOJSS .

extraordinary escapes from death , and his account of his adventures is as engrossing as a piece of sensational fiction . The truce in Ireland cannot bo said to deprive the new instalment of " Tales of the R . I . C . " of any of their attractiveness or to impart
04 August 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CUTTING IN THE TRADE

CUTTING IN THE TRADE

Government shou'd give that which the democracy of Ireland had voted at democratically conducted election. There now truce in Ireland and, whatever the outcome, they the I.L.P. would always stand the Irish people in their demand for f-deterruination.
17 August 1921 - Burnley News - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
PT ? f > RT . F . MS OF TDFATTFTCATTON

PT ? f > RT . F . MS OF TDFATTFTCATTON

accused against the production of cert-ain of these documents on the ground that they belonged to a signatory to the truce in Ireland . The names of the accused are as follows : —Daniel Patrick Walsh , alias-Joseph Dunne , alias James Mitchell ; Daniel
15 August 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE PALL MALL AND GLOBE. * A CLUBMAN'S NOTEBOOK.

THE PALL MALL AND GLOBE. * A CLUBMAN'S NOTEBOOK.

London:Power and Industrial yllcohol. MALL, Wednesday Afternoon.* rjoyd George’s Confidence. Disappointment. ® r< , c truce in Ireland Mr. Lloyd ] I hear that a very promising move has never ceased to believe towards an Entente between Capital >oT e or
31 August 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
IRISH TRUCE.

IRISH TRUCE.

MR. 0 BRIEN PROLONGING IT SINE DIE. Mr. William O'Brien, in a letter " Times," declares that the present truce in Ireland has only to be prolonged sine die, and the Irish difficulty is solved. What force and legislation have failed do for
31 August 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England