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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
 
IRISH ISfEGOTIATlOISS CONTINUED .

IRISH ISfEGOTIATlOISS CONTINUED .

report to be submitted by the Special Committee which sat on Wednesday afternoon with regard to the observance of the truce in Ireland , and it was considered possible that the Sinn Fein representatives might raise the matter of the release of the Irish
14 October 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH LIBERAL * FEDERATION . ATTACK ON THE PRIME BflNISTEE

SCOTTISH LIBERAL * FEDERATION . ATTACK ON THE PRIME BflNISTEE

long and faithfully . : THE IRISH SITtlATlOK . In domestic polities the outstanding , evont ol tho year was tho belated truce in Ireland and the conclusion of ¦ a treaty with the representatives of the Irish ' . people . The terms , arranged are based upon
10 April 1922 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ma 3 ' oss MonlEY at leasb does not underrate the importance of the contest that is being fought at

Ma 3 ' oss MonlEY at leasb does not underrate the importance of the contest that is being fought at

mothing for what Mr Morley haa said and done from his youth up to hasten the Social Revolution , caring nothing for the truce with Ireland " or for Home / . Eiule , had resolved fco sink everything else in xavour of punishing the statesman who not only refused
22 August 1892 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TWO MINISTERS IN TROUBLE

TWO MINISTERS IN TROUBLE

spared Ministers who overreach themselves . The Chief Secretary would never admit that there had been any breaches of the truce in Ireland . Camps of the Republican Army vrere said to be a breach of the truce , and as soon as attention was called to their
04 November 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland