Foreign News: In Ireland

At Dublin, correspondents and cinema-cameramen roosted throughout the week near the Dáil Eireann, obstreperous lower House of the Irish Free State Parliament. The hours fled breathlessly because a certain bland clause in the Free State Constitution provides that every Irish M. P. must take an oath of allegiance to King George—which has caused Eamonn de Valera and 38 other elected Republican deputies to absent themselves from the Dáil in protest. Last week they were expected to appear at any moment. Rumor had it that they would force their way into the Dáil without...

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