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BENEATH BIG BEN

BENEATH BIG BEN

NONSENSE." Sir Hamar Greenwood having answered a number questions the Unionist members having reference breaches of the truce in Ireland, Viscount Curzon enquired How long are put up with this nonsense?" (" ami "Order "). Mr. W. Thorne: That ; from a noble
08 November 1921 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. London, Sunday >~ight. Th 3 Premier and Sir Craig. During week-end there lhas been pause the Irish

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. London, Sunday >~ight. Th 3 Premier and Sir Craig. During week-end there lhas been pause the Irish

them. Premier May go to Washington. As neither Sinn Feiners, Ulstermen, nor the British Government desire breach of the truce in Ireland, Mr. Lloyd George will leave the two Irish parties to think things over for themselves, and will go to the Washington
21 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES.

ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES.

TRUCE. In the Conmions, yesterday, the Chief Secretary w*as again bombarded with questions on alleged breaches nf the truce in Ireland. Answering Mr Lynn, he said it was simply untrue that steps were taken to disperse provocative Sinn Fein camps which
04 November 1921 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A SELF-BOUND GIRL.

A SELF-BOUND GIRL.

Greenwood, in the Commons to-day, having answered number of questions by Unionist members having reference to breaches fhe truce, in Ireland. Viscount inquired, How long are to put up with this damned nonsense? Oh '• and cries of Order.") Mr. W. Thorne: That
07 November 1921 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MARSHALL & CO., CO kTBRIDGE ::

MARSHALL & CO., CO kTBRIDGE ::

upon it, s t range sounds, es o f for the moment. were laid to sleep by the someone in distress, whom miss use being truce. "Ireland at large," be dec.ared, "is, c h o k e d h er } by some mean& 'Without h e m. sick of strife, and dreads a renewal of
26 November 1921 - Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser - Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ULSTER

ULSTER

should not be pressed. Nit Greenwood answered a number of questions Unionist members with regard alleged breaches of the truce Ireland, whereupon Viscount Curzon rapped out: How Jons are to Dtit up with this damned nonsense (Loud cries of '* Order !") Mr
08 November 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TOMORROW'S

TOMORROW'S

not his business say one word which would stir bitterness to waken passions which for the moment were laid to sleep the truce. Ireland at large (he declared) is sick of strife, and dreads a renewal of the appeal to force." Corporation met last evening to
22 November 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
UNIONIST CONFERENCE. STORMY MEETING AT LIVERPOOL

UNIONIST CONFERENCE. STORMY MEETING AT LIVERPOOL

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26 November 1921 - Westerham Herald - Westerham, Kent, England
 
FROM OUR OWN

FROM OUR OWN

Chief Secretary for Ireland) was subjected to another bombardment of questions with reference to alleged breads* of the truce in Ireland. Mr. LYNN (Co. 17., Woodbill) mentioned Sinn Fein military camps, and suggested the police and military were not alloaed
04 November 1921 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LAST NIGHT'S CABINET

LAST NIGHT'S CABINET

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11 November 1921 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England