Page 11, 28th October 1938

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Page 11, 28th October 1938 — "Not an Inch," Growls Stormont
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"Not an Inch," Growls Stormont

Hardly was Mr. de Valera's appeal published, than Lord Craigavon issued a statement saying " No Surrender." Not an inch will he contribute to good-will between fellow-Irishmen or between Ireland and England.

There the matter rests, but the demonstrations grow more strong throughout the North. Derry—the beloved Derry of St. Colmcille, our second Patron—sent thousands to a demonstration which was addressed by many Members of Parliament, clergy, and Mr. Eamonn Donnelly, the Newry citizen, who has been ordered to leave his home by the bigots.




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