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IRISH PEACE CONFERENCE RESUMED.

IRISH PEACE CONFERENCE RESUMED.

questions to be discussed today the report by the Special Committee which sat yesterday with regard to the observance the truce in Ireland, and it is possible the Sinn Fein representatives may raise the matter of the release of the Irish internees. Mr Chamberlain
13 October 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A Specxu , Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of

A Specxu , Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of

Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of the truce in Ireland met in London , and will , it is understood , report to tie Conference when it resumes this morning . ( P- ^ - ) The
13 October 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MTOUPIb Seifa" Flour

MTOUPIb Seifa" Flour

be discussed today is the report by the special committee which sat yesterday with regard to the observance cf t,tte truce in Ireland, and it is possible the Sinn Fein representatives may raise the matter of the release of the Irish internees. Mr. Chamberlain
13 October 1921 - Northampton Chronicle and Echo - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Fivefold Dues.

Fivefold Dues.

countries, and to it we can make no effective answer. Intlead sad the Truce. It is of incalculable importan c that the truce in Ireland should be -meticulously observed, for upon its maintenance depetid not only the temporary security of the Irish pecvle
19 October 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
SEARCHINO EOR ARMS.

SEARCHINO EOR ARMS.

) DRILLING SINN Sir John Butcher asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he was aware that during the so-called truce in Ireland the Irish Republican Army had been constantly and openly drilling with machine guns, riflaa, and revolvers; had commandeered
21 October 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DAILY MAIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1921.

DAILY MAIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1921.

ever new developments. The London correspondent of the Yobkshibe Post understands that the repeated violations of the truce in Ireland have caused anxiety in official circles, and certain inquiries have been made from high quarter for details aud suggestions
07 October 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
TO-NIGHT IN THE COMMONS.

TO-NIGHT IN THE COMMONS.

REPRESENTATIONS 1»V THE GOVERNMENT. Sir JOHN BUTCHER asked th* Chief Secretary whether he was aware that during the so-called truce in Ireland the Irish Republican Army had been constantly and openly drilling with Lewis guns, rifles, and revolvers, had commandeered
20 October 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LETTERS TO EDITOR. THE CONDITION OF IRELAND. Sir, —Rev. Douglas Bruce, minister of St Stephen's Parish Church here, last Sunday

LETTERS TO EDITOR. THE CONDITION OF IRELAND. Sir, —Rev. Douglas Bruce, minister of St Stephen's Parish Church here, last Sunday

of St Stephen's Parish Church here, last Sunday the course of his sermon, stated that ' his opinion " the present " truce " in Ireland was inestimable blessing," and subsequently explained to mo that this belief was based on the fact that murder and outrage
18 October 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IRISH ISfEGOTIATlOISS CONTINUED .

IRISH ISfEGOTIATlOISS CONTINUED .

report to be submitted by the Special Committee which sat on Wednesday afternoon with regard to the observance of the truce in Ireland , and it was considered possible that the Sinn Fein representatives might raise the matter of the release of the Irish
14 October 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Means of Influence.

The Means of Influence.

sub-committee was appointed to investigate charges made by each side concerning failures to observe the conditions of the truce in. Ireland, and also to discuss the Sinn Fein demand_ for the release of over 3,030 men, mostly active partisans, who are now interned
13 October 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England