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London District

London District

Canning Town, No. 25.���A successful ilidh was held by the branch at the Town Hall, Barking Road, in aid of the 1.N.A,. on March 30th. The usual monthly meeting was held on April 9th, and it was most noticeable that the attendance of members had greatly increased. Mr. P. 0 Sulliva
May 1, 1922 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
•:- •:. •:. -:. Fight Almost Over

•:- •:. •:. -:. Fight Almost Over

Before leaving for Australia, the Rev. Dr. Vaughan, the Archbishop of Melbourne's Private Secretary, paid a three weeks' visit to Ireland, in the course of which he saw Mrs. Mannix. "So far as Ireland was concerned," he stated, "the fight is almost over, and Sinn Fein has won. T
June 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
An Awful Fate

An Awful Fate

Lieut.-Commander Kenworthy, in the English House of Commons, asked the Chief Secretary whether he was aware that John O'Connor, of Gloundeagh, Farranfore, Co. Kerry, was arrested on December r sth last whilst on his way to church and driven away in a motor lorry; that he was bea
June 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
London G.A.A.

London G.A.A.

By the re-establishment of the A. in February of this year the missing link of the chain of Irish- Ireland organisations in London has been supplied. To Irish people interested in their national characteristics a resume of the objects of the G.A.A. is not necessary. Many there a
June 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
FOUR PROVINCES OF IRELAND CLUB Twelfth Annual St. Patrick's Day BANQUET & BALL

FOUR PROVINCES OF IRELAND CLUB Twelfth Annual St. Patrick's Day BANQUET & BALL

will be held at Hotel CECIL, Strand On Friday, March 1 7th. A prominent Member of Dail Eireann has accepted an invitation t o be the guest of the evening and as this will be the outstanding event in London-Irish circles a big demand for tickets is anticipated, application should
March 1, 1922 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
Our INV Ounibcr

Our INV Ounibcr

Our Ounibcr The October number of the EXILE will be available for branches on Friday afternoon, September 3oth. This will give Branches an opportunity—which some of them are n egl eet n g--of selling the Journal outside the churches in their areas for the four Sundays of the mont
September 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
WE DO NOT SEEK WAR.

WE DO NOT SEEK WAR.

If our refusal to betray our nation's trust that has been reposed in us is to be made an issue of war by Great Britain, we deplore it. We are as conscious or our responsibilities to the living as we are mindful of principle or of our obligations to the heroic dead. We have not b
September 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
The New Dail

The New Dail

Spectator's Account of Historic Assembly expressed their determination to "work out for themselves their own national life in their own way." So the Republic had come into being, and their work had been to make it, the de jure Republic, a de _tact° Republic, to get control of al
September 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
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September 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England
 
COMING EVENTS Fixtures of the London Branches.

COMING EVENTS Fixtures of the London Branches.

Under the heading of "Coming Events," we shall publish advertising notices of the future activities of branches. No reference to these activities should appear in branch reports. The charges for inserting notices in this column are 2S. 6d. for 50 words, and id. for each addition
September 1, 1921 - Irish Exile - London, London, England