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Annotated typescript statement demanding a truce [on behalf of Dublin Industrial Peace Committee, in relation to the Dublin Lockout],

circa 1913-1914.

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In Collection: Thomas MacDonagh Papers, 1898-1916.
Description: Representing the "third party" in the dispute comprising consumers, ordinary traders and those interested in social work, MacDonagh states that the Lockout is generating waste and insists that "The other two parties must negotiate. They should negotiate in a peace atmosphere, not in a war atmosphere, not with the noises of war heard without the treaty chamber. We demand truce [...] We postulate our individuality. We inists upon the right of Dublin central Dublin to intervene".
Main Creator: MacDonagh, Thomas, 1878-1916
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (3 pages).
Call Number: MS 10,843/6 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.