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THE GOVERNMENT PROPOSALS FOR IRELAND.

THE GOVERNMENT PROPOSALS FOR IRELAND.

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22 April 1886 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
"IS THE TRUCE OVER ?"

"IS THE TRUCE OVER ?"

In a leader headed " Is the truce over ? " " United Ireland " says :—The truce„,%ith the Irish landlords and their tail is, by their own unnatural malice. shattered and gone, but the Irich have not the least intention of breaking
29 July 1886 - Express and Echo - Exeter, Devon, England
 
"IS THE TRUCE OVER?"

"IS THE TRUCE OVER?"

"IS THE TRUCE OVER?" United Ireland in a leader asks. " Is truce over " and continues The truco with the Irish landlords and their tail by their own unnatural malice shattered gone, but the Irish havo pot tho least intention breaking with or estranging
29 July 1886 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS-HONDA Y.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-HONDA Y.

to defeat the Land Act and the Arrears Bill, and earnestly entreated the Government to do something to bring about a truce in Ireland. Mr. T:.!:;a y e;.liA in Mail to the attacks on Lord and, in logard to the Land Corporation, said the ,overnment would
02 July 1882 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
COUNTIES.

COUNTIES.

Pearson 1 GlargowatelAberdeenJ. A. Campbell .. 1 SCOTLAND. BOROUGHS. Aberdeen, N. Prot. „ S. Yri;f. .11.yce Greenock J. truce . 1 IRELAND. Ilelima, East G. IV. Wolff •. North ...Sir C LU P Al' •• South W. Johnston 1 -- Mid Arinogh D. P. Barton STATE PARTIES
05 July 1892 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LOBS g.aw.aa ant HIS TBKASIBT.—THE LASIS COB*

LOBS g.aw.aa ant HIS TBKASIBT.—THE LASIS COB*

said, to defeat the Land Act and tha Arrears Bill, and earneatly entreated the Qorera' to do aomethiog to bring about truce in Ireland.—Mr. TasvsLT.n replied detail to the attack! Lord Kanmare, and in regard to the Land Corporation said tha OoTornment
27 June 1882 - Bolton Evening News - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
Topics of the Day.

Topics of the Day.

groat meeting in the evening, said the workers had not yet made up their minds upon the subject. He was bearing a flag of truce to Ireland, and it rested with Newcastle whether the constituency would strike the flag from his hand. George Holloway, who formerly
22 August 1892 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
HINTS ABOUT AUSTRALIAN ZNIORATION.

HINTS ABOUT AUSTRALIAN ZNIORATION.

leader the supervision of Mr. Knight, hon. secretary of the society). and 720 person hove been whited to emigeste truce Leamehire, and Ireland.
23 January 1864 - Langport & Somerton Herald - Langport, Somerset, England
 
Laying the foundation of Conservative Club, at Bacup, Lord Cross said the Conservative Government had been dismissed but not disgraced.

Laying the foundation of Conservative Club, at Bacup, Lord Cross said the Conservative Government had been dismissed but not disgraced.

hours' day, saying the workers had not yet made up their minds upon the subject. He was, he said, bearing the flag of truce to Ireland, and rested with Newcastle whether the flag should struck from his hand. Mr George Holloway, of Farmhill, Stroud, who
24 August 1892 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
COLEMAN'S Liebig's Extract of Meat and Malt Wine Is a Delicious Beverage •ud Tonic made from Port Wine. Lield,c's Extract

COLEMAN'S Liebig's Extract of Meat and Malt Wine Is a Delicious Beverage •ud Tonic made from Port Wine. Lield,c's Extract

Medical Faculty. (Hundreds been received from Medical Men.) Important unsolicited Testimonial from Mrs. SYM ES, Oakwood, °truce, Ireland. Mrs • will thank %teases. Coleinu and CO. to send her one dozen quart bottles of the Liebs Extract of Meat Malt Wine
29 January 1887 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England