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THE TRUCE IN IRELAND.

THE TRUCE IN IRELAND.

THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. Satisfaction at Conference. RIFLE AT NO. 10.
15 October 1921 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
In Parliament Evasions of the Truce in Ireland Questions to the Chief Secretary

In Parliament Evasions of the Truce in Ireland Questions to the Chief Secretary

In Parliament Evasions of the Truce in Ireland Questions to the Chief Secretary 'louse of Commons, Thursday. The Speaker took the chair at 2-45. QUESTIONS ABOUT IRELAND. • Sir Hewer Greenwood, replying to Grattan and others, said rumours tlist' urns and
21 October 1921 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TERMS OF THE TRUCE

THE TERMS OF THE TRUCE

THE TERMS OF THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. DRILLING NOT PERMISSIBLE. NO WITHDRAWAL OF BAN ON IMPORTATION OF ARMS. Answering a series of questions on Ireland in the House of Commons this afternoon, Sir Hamar Greenwood made it clear that the prohibition of the
20 October 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, 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
 
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
 
THE TWO PROBLEMS.

THE TWO PROBLEMS.

411 6.( 411 ., on Monday. So fax as is known the tt2, 4 nnittee which was set up to discuss the DoEobservance of the truce in Ireland did „ yesterday, and will not do so before A lt legC afternoon. The inference is that this ,Aty, l°ll , .eame before
15 October 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A CLVBMAN’S NOTEBOOK.

A CLVBMAN’S NOTEBOOK.

from a source which is thoroughly reliable I learn that all the discussions have been directed towards securing that the truce in Ireland shall be real truce. Sinn Fein Caution. It has been decided, I hear, to call an international conference of transport
15 October 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CENSORED QUESTION.

CENSORED QUESTION.

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20 October 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England