Ireland's path to freedom :
Why Lloyd George's proposals should be accepted : Mr. John Redmond's statement, views of Mr. Joseph Devlin on the situation : Letters of priests and laymen, decision of Ulster Nationalist Convention ratified by National Directory.
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[Dublin : Freeman's Journal?, 1916]
The cover contains the following over-print in red lettering: "The Cabinet violated the terms of the Lloyd George proposals as accepted by both Irish Parties, and the agreement broke down, Monday, July 24th, 1916."
Physical description: [1 v.] (38 p.) ; 22 cm. (8vo)
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|Ir 94108 p 16||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|P 2044||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|
|CBF P 970||Currently Unavailable||Pamphlets|