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SUMMARY.

SUMMARY.

the evening, lie said that the Avorkers had uot yet made up their muidj. upou the subject. He Avas bearing a flag of truce to Ireland, and it rested Avilh Newcastle •whether the constituency Avould strike the flag from his hauds. Later iv the eveniug
22 August 1892 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1892.

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1892.

the evening, he said the workers had nut yet made up their minds upon the subject eight hours. He was bearing a flag of truce to Ireland, and it rested with Newcastle whether the constituency would strike the flag Irem his hand. Later the right hou. gentleman
22 August 1892 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEWCASTLE ELECTION.

NEWCASTLE ELECTION.

Addressing s meeting in the evening he said the workers not yet made up their minds on that subject.n° WAR bearing a Hag of truce to Ireland, and it with Newcastle whether the coostitue•ey strike the flag from his hand. The election proceeds energetically to-day
23 August 1892 - Tenbury Wells Advertiser - Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, England
 
PROPOSED IRISH CATTLE COMPANY.

PROPOSED IRISH CATTLE COMPANY.

important Company is now in ceurso of formation in Ireland. the object of which will be the development of the dead meat truce between Ireland and England and Scotland. capital will be Cal.ooo, and the chief promoter% include Lord lochiquin. Lord Castletown
04 September 1885 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
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ragman tad, t ooustarall; lean rases of the the that lay befo Minister will oat upset is is loathe o

LAURI to traditions gratitude for his lamented Parliament is prorogue but this dies not imply I probability of assembly truce in Ireland may Ministry have thought i side. sal the Govaument intend together for the dematc week of January. Toe event will be
01 December 1886 - Times of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
,MR JOHN MORLEY AND HiS CON-1 STITUENTS.

,MR JOHN MORLEY AND HiS CON-1 STITUENTS.

had refused conciliation to Ireland. Under the wise adminis. tration of Mr John Morley for three years there had been truce in Ireland, a truce which, if the Liberal party in England got a tnfReient majority, they wonld cement into a lasting place. (Loud
13 July 1895 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE COUNTY LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION.

THE COUNTY LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION.

appointment Viceroy, together with that of Lord Frederick Cavendish as Chief Secretary, was intended to represent flag of truce to Ireland. The moment seemed to be most auspicious. Upon Earl Spencer's entry into Dublin, with Lord Frederick Cavendish, he was
02 April 1892 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SIR W. HARCOViT AT DE M..

SIR W. HARCOViT AT DE M..

The mono why had not Or. Wand was the abatfewey Nod preludire of House .4 buds. UMW. Mr adoilniatrahon there bad been a truce la Ireland for three year., mad if the Liberal patty • majority they would turn it iota • puce. MR ASQUITH AT CARLISLE. Mr Asquith
13 July 1895 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

PARLIAMENTARY NOTES.

to Mr. John O'Connor, and other Members on the Irish benches, declared that the publicans had broken a long-existing truce in Ireland with regard to the liquor ques- tion. That being so, he maintained that they bad no right to seek to restrict the battle-
10 May 1888 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HALF A LOAF OR NO BREAD?

HALF A LOAF OR NO BREAD?

Avoidance of a Dissolution. dre novo. 5. Postponement of Tory Government. 4. Exacerbation of Irish temper. 6. Continuance of truce in Ireland. What is the concession necessary to carry the Bill as a resold- tion ? We do not attempt to define it. That is the business
02 June 1886 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England