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(By Our Political Correspondent.)

(By Our Political Correspondent.)

and if, as seems most likely, neither Sinn Feiner's, Ulstermek, nor the British Government wish a firmal breach of the truce in Ireland, then Mr. Lloyd George will leave both Northern and Southern Ireland to think things over, and will go to the Washington
21 November 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
liatrnebire telegrapb TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1921.

liatrnebire telegrapb TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1921.

obstinacy and obduracy when we don't know whether it is riot justified in its attitude. The disgraceful way in which the truce in Ireland is being disregarded by the Feiners is not an encouraging symptom of a spirit of national unity.
15 November 1921 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
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