Some good points for the Treaty.
Anti-Treaty handbill (black type on buff coloured paper). Text on recto reads: "Some GOOD POINTS good points for the TREATY. / It takes away Irish Sovereignity for ever. / It gives ULSTER away for EVER. / It gives FOUR PORTS away for EVER. It makes a GUEST of an ENGLISH / Governor-General for EVER. / It asks an OATH of ALLEGIANCE to the / ENGLISH King for EVER. / It Divides Ireland for EVER. / English Imperialists and the Seonini / want it (Why) / It Extracts APPLAUSE form the "Freeman's Journal" (Why) ? / It makes WAR in Ireland a CERTAINTY. / Can the ARMY take an OATH to the REPUBLIC & an Oath to a Foreign King? / ARTHUR GRIFFITH calls this / nationhood. DO YOU? / SEE TO IT THAT YOUR COUNTRY IS NOT SOLD. / READ THE "REPUBLIC OF IRELAND". "
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This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; EPH B10 formerly at call number POL/1920-30/18.
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 21.8 x 14.2 cm.
Portion of title: [Anti-Treaty handbill issued during the Civil War]
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|ILB 300 p [Item 54]||Main Reading Room||Ephemera|
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