General election 1922. fellow electors of Tyrone and Fermanagh;
at the unanimous request of conferences of representative of the people of Tyrone and Fermanagh we have consented to come forward as candidates at the forthcoming election...we stand for an Ireland United and Free... /
Thos. [Thomas] J.S. Harbison. Cahir Healy.
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Leaflet informing constituents on how to vote in the [then] forthcoming general election of 1922 - "The Polling Day is Wednesday, 15th November, and we request all Voters to come to the Poll early". "We impress upon every elector the importance of casting his or her vote for both of us, as our triumphant return will be conclusive evidence of the determination of the people of these two counties not to be separated from Ireland, which the forthcoming Boundary Commission must accept as the expressed wishes if the people". On verso [written in a mix of pencil and black ink] are the names of men in Clones [Co. Tyrone] such as Fr. O'Daly, Patrick Maguire, Patrick Mulligan, Joseph P. Tierney of Johnstown, Michael Hart Jr. and Fr. Mulligan, F.S.
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Omagh : North-West of Ireland Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., 1922.
The item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 22.1 x 14.3 cm
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