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Mr. R. J. Lynn, who stated in Ulster Parliament, yesterday, that since the truce in Ireland Sinn Fein had tlken

Mr. R. J. Lynn, who stated in Ulster Parliament, yesterday, that since the truce in Ireland Sinn Fein had tlken

Mr. R. J. Lynn, who stated in Ulster Parliament, yesterday, that since the truce in Ireland Sinn Fein had tlken the opportunity to increase the efficiency of the murder "ant.
22 September 1921 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AUXILIARIES BUSY

AUXILIARIES BUSY

made for the purpose preventing the importation of anna and ammunition into the country This is the first time since the truce in Ireland that such searches have been carried out by Crown forces. The porters at North Wall refused to handle the searched luggage
24 September 1921 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE LAST WORD TO DE VALERA.

THE LAST WORD TO DE VALERA.

for the purpose of preventing the importation of arms or ammunition into the country. This is the first time since the truce in Ireland that such searches have been carried out by Crown forces. The porters at the North Wall refused to handle the searched
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LLOYD GEORGE'S CONFIDENCE.

LLOYD GEORGE'S CONFIDENCE.

REDUCTION TRADE UNION MEMBERSHIP SLUMP CHALLENGE TO HOME OFFICE. Thomson House, Fetter Lane, London, Thursday. Since the truce in Ireland Mr Lloyd George ha 9 never ceased to believe that, one way or another, a settlement would he reached without a recurrence
01 September 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BEGGARS ON HORSEBACK.

BEGGARS ON HORSEBACK.

British public as an oromiser ~f the explo . ta of sicn Fik-n gunmen. It was not a promising introduction. The existing truce in Ireland does not seem to have altered the bent of Mr. Collins' mind much. He did as provocative a thing as he could when he arranged
10 September 1921 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
A r-SPLT was sent yesterday to Dail Eireann , embodying the Cabinet ' s considered judgment on Sir De Valera's

A r-SPLT was sent yesterday to Dail Eireann , embodying the Cabinet ' s considered judgment on Sir De Valera's

- " " impose its ships in our territorial waters . <;; -.- . it nor £ ^_ ijjjjj . on ollr shores . " There is a j |> truce in Ireland , which , it is fair to say , seems iy ' j to be as carefully observed by the members ? ? s % of the I . E . A . as it-
08 September 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tx the city of Belfast , and in other parts . f the six counties as well , Irishmen are

Tx the city of Belfast , and in other parts . f the six counties as well , Irishmen are

attitude of concentrated and active hostility to the Northern Parliament at the same time as it has pledged itself to a truce in Ireland . Elsewhere throughout the country the truce has been utilised , by the admission and , indeed , by the order of Sinn
27 September 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
"Tnis Sinn r'ein cannot do. even if it means war again, and the peace wreckers know it. "Just tho »H:ne fori

"Tnis Sinn r'ein cannot do. even if it means war again, and the peace wreckers know it. "Just tho »H:ne fori

prevent truce. "The attempt wreck the preliminary ihe attempt wreck the creation a ;ru'c. the present attempt to wreck truce and turn Ireland back war —all emanate from same channel*. and have same sinister purpose. CYCLONE SWEEPS LISBON.
24 September 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMAZING DECLARATION.

AMAZING DECLARATION.

attempt to wreck preliminary negotiations, the attempt to wreck the creation of truce, the present attempt to wreck that truce and turn Ireland back to war emanate from the same channels and have the same sinister purpose.” BOMBS INBLLFAST. Two Men Killed and
26 September 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IRELAND’S PEACE WRECKERS.

IRELAND’S PEACE WRECKERS.

attempt to wreck preliminary negotiations, tne attempt to wreck the creation truce, the -present attempt to wreck that truce, and turn Ireland back to war, all emanate from the same channels, and have the same sinister purpose.’
24 September 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England