Irish Feud

The Irish feud over the Boundary Question (TIME, May 5) continued.

After a recent futile meeting between President Cosgrave of the Irish Free State, Premier Sir James Craig of Northern Ireland and J. H. Thomas, Secretary of State for the Colonies, the British Government decided to call the Boundary Commission provided for in the Free State Agreement Act of 1922.

President Cosgrave has all along desired the convocation of this commission, but Premier Craig claimed that the boundary between the North and South had already been fixed by the...

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