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NATIONALSSTS' LAST WORD.

I LONDON, March 6. icance is attached to Mr i hurried visit to the Bishops ioc and Derry. Mr Devlin is' ' opposed to modification of the

T.i P. O'Connor, writing in Ids's Weekly," says it would :andid to say that the National•not found it hard to agree to tcessions the Government is a offer. They were able to them only after anxious "and] d reflection in the hopev that uld bring peace. The conces--ere the last word of the jsts.

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NATIONALSSTS' LAST WORD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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NATIONALSSTS' LAST WORD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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