Foreign News: Archbishop's Peace Rejected

The Free State has rejected the latest, and what many observers considered the most promising move for peace in Ireland. Archbishop Harty of Cashel, in Munster County, pro posed that an immediate truce be made, that the Republicans dump all arms under pledge that they be handed over to whichever party wins the next election. He pointed out that the Republicans would thus be spared the humiliation of surrender, and yet peace would be fully restored. Tom Barry, irregular leader, was friendly to the proposal. A motion in favor of its adoption was introduced into the Dail Eireann. But Kevin...

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