Foreign News: Irish Bill

The House of Lords did not send the Irish Bill (TIME, Sept. 29 et seq.) back to the Commons. An amendment was proposed by Lord Carson; but, reminded by Lord Salisbury that it would be unfortunate to enter into conflict with "another place" (stock phrase of the Lords for the House of Commons), he withdrew the motion and the bill was passed.

The Speaker of the House of Commons was thereupon summoned to the House of Lords to hear the Royal Assent given to the bill, the full title of which is the Irish Free...

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