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Antljratt na ratidi

Antljratt na ratidi

"THE SOLDIER'S SONG" (with English Translation) :g
01 August 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
East Ham Branch No. 22

East Ham Branch No. 22

Out-door demonstrations will be held on the following Sunday evenings of August, at which prominent speakers of the League will be present to deliver addresses. Aug. 7.—East Ham High Street (near the Cock Hotel). Aug. 4.—Warwick Road (East Ham High Street, near Manor Park Broadw
01 August 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
GARDEN PARTY

GARDEN PARTY

An enjoyable Garden Party was held on July i6th in aid of the schools attached to St. Anne's Church, Underwood Street. The programme included a band and variety concert, Irish dances and songs, a fancy fair, and a confetti battle. •:. •:. •:. •:. Join the Irish Self-Determinatio
01 August 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
THE RESOLUTIONS.

THE RESOLUTIONS.

Mr. Hugh Lee (Manchester) proposed the first resolution : "That this Conference, representative of the Irish race in Great Britain, desires to record its high appreciation of the manful and heroic defence made by our people at home against a ruthless and inhuman foe, a foe who h
01 August 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
London District

London District

On Sunday, October 9th, a monster demonstration was held in Victoria Park under the auspices of the branches in the East London area. Processions headed by the Silvertown, Canning Town and Poplar Fife and Drum Bands and also two pipers' bands paraded the main thoroughfares of th
01 November 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
WILL BE HELD BY LONDON GAELS in HOLBORN HALL

WILL BE HELD BY LONDON GAELS in HOLBORN HALL

FROM Monday sth to Saturday 10th December (7.30 to 11 p.m.) DANCING, SINGING, PRIZE DRAWINGS, &c., &c. (See handbills for details). Tickets, at Popular Prices, from all London Branches of the 1.5.D.L., or direct from the Acting General Secretary, 1.5.D.L., 182 Shaftesbury Avenue
01 November 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
Price Twopence

Price Twopence

that division should continue in Ireland. The point is hammered home_by the feeling almost akin to panic caused by the news that Collins and De Valera had reached an accommodation. The Provisional Government is summoned to London to give an account of its conduct in attempting t
01 June 1922 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
Plea for United Action To the Members of the Irish Self-Determination League.

Plea for United Action To the Members of the Irish Self-Determination League.

6th Anniversary Easter Week. A Chairde, In accordance with the spirit of the motion passed at the Annual Conference in London on the Ist instant, we desire to earnestly appeal to you to keep the branches of our organisation in effective working order for the next six months, unt
01 June 1922 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
Damaged Goods I

Damaged Goods I

Nothing Doing. "With regard to the suggestions made by Mr. Lloyd George that members of the Royal Irish Constabulary should be enabled to settle overseas, the Queensland Government has (says Reuter) declined to grant any facilities for absorbing members of this body in the Gover
01 June 1922 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
Gaelic Athletic Association London Cot

Gaelic Athletic Association London Cot

The weekly contests at the Board's grounds, Grantham Road, Manor Park, have not been as well patronised as they should be. The atmospheric conditions may account for the small numbers that venture out, but the advent of fine weather should bring many more weekly patrons. Footbal
01 June 1922 - Irish Exile - London, London, England