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END . Archbishop Clune , of Perth , Australia , who has figured prominently as a mediator in tho attempts to arrange a truce in Ireland , and who has had one or two conferences with Mr Lloyd George , has been staying in a West End hotel for the last two
08 January 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The trial was begun m Manchester of 19 Irishmen accused of treason felonv against the King . ^^ ^ (

The trial was begun m Manchester of 19 Irishmen accused of treason felonv against the King . ^^ ^ (

include '' ' Charles Il . ' s Statue in Parliament Square " ( by Dr John Harrison and Mr D . B . Dott ) , and the " Truce " in Ireland ( by Sir James H . Ramsay of Bamff . ) ( p . 6 . ) The serious consequences of the prolongation of the drought are discussed
08 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MUNITIONS FOR IRREGULARS

MUNITIONS FOR IRREGULARS

both the receipt and dispatch of ammunition . One docuinent , dated May-8 th ,. which is since the establishnient of the truce in Ireland ,. was worded as ' "To O . C ., Liverpool —( 1 ) Send : to Dublin the remaining Thompson lock pieces in your . possessjon
14 May 1923 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A Specxu , Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of

A Specxu , Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of

Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of the truce in Ireland met in London , and will , it is understood , report to tie Conference when it resumes this morning . ( P- ^ - ) The
13 October 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Court CiTculaT announces that bir Hamar Greenwood , ' Chief Secretary for Ireland , had an audience of the

The Court CiTculaT announces that bir Hamar Greenwood , ' Chief Secretary for Ireland , had an audience of the

Friday night , and that Lord Midlston was received by His Majestv on Saturday morning . " ' ( P- 6 . ) Tee terms of a truce in Ireland were agreed npon between representatives of the British Army and Sinn Fein in Dublin , hostilities to cease to-day .
11 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MR- J . H . THOMAS , M . P ., ON IRELAND .

MR- J . H . THOMAS , M . P ., ON IRELAND .

the moment reflect the groat mass of Irish opinion in Iroland ; and he believed that if it ; were possible to . havo a truce in Ireland it would be possible for it to lead to a lasting settlement . But it must be kept clearly . in mind that there was '
04 December 1920 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A r-SPLT was sent yesterday to Dail Eireann , embodying the Cabinet ' s considered judgment on Sir De Valera's

A r-SPLT was sent yesterday to Dail Eireann , embodying the Cabinet ' s considered judgment on Sir De Valera's

- " " impose its ships in our territorial waters . <;; -.- . it nor £ ^_ ijjjjj . on ollr shores . " There is a j |> truce in Ireland , which , it is fair to say , seems iy ' j to be as carefully observed by the members ? ? s % of the I . E . A . as it-
08 September 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRISH ; SE ^ fSMON ^ ERSKINf CHILDjERd ¦ V , : * / executed . ; .:. • :: . ¦ ; DE VALERA'S LIEUTENANT

IRISH ; SE ^ fSMON ^ ERSKINf CHILDjERd ¦ V , : * / executed . ; .:. • :: . ¦ ; DE VALERA'S LIEUTENANT

VALERA'S RIGHT-HAND MAN . It is said that it was partly through his efforts that tho overtures began which led . up to the truce in Ireland last year . He was 1 chief member of the secretariat of tho Irish Delegation during the Treaty negotiations . Later ho
25 November 1922 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
tianL Irani : -. which 1 Piti ¦ -shrank ^ partly ; * & lea ^ fc becausslof tfe dAhspv

tianL Irani : -. which 1 Piti ¦ -shrank ^ partly ; * & lea ^ fc becausslof tfe dAhspv

Lord Chancellor of Ireland is , ' r he adds , " an outrage , and if persisted in it will break " ' • ' up the political truce in Ireland , and will , " in my opinion , have the most disastrous re" suits . " Why should the trace be restricted as Mr Dillon
03 June 1915 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tx the city of Belfast , and in other parts . f the six counties as well , Irishmen are

Tx the city of Belfast , and in other parts . f the six counties as well , Irishmen are

attitude of concentrated and active hostility to the Northern Parliament at the same time as it has pledged itself to a truce in Ireland . Elsewhere throughout the country the truce has been utilised , by the admission and , indeed , by the order of Sinn
27 September 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland