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THE

ANNUAL REGISTER

VOL. 164–FOR 1922

ALL THE VOLUMES OF THE NEW SERIES OF THE

EGISTER

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1922

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CONTENTS.

Return to Normal Conditions, [1]. Unionists and General Election, [2]. Speeches

on the Situation by Mr. Chamberlain, [2]. Mr. Asquith, Mr. Churchill, [3].

Mr. Lloyd George and Lord Grey, [4]. Further Speeches by Mr. Asquith and

Mr. Churchill, (5]. Ireland : Debate in the Dail Eireann on the Treaty, [6].

Mr. De Valera's Tactics, [7,8]. Mr. Griffith elected President of the Dail, [9].

Provisional Government appointed, [9]. Transfer of Dublin Castle, [10].

Agreement between Mr. Michael Collins and Sir James Craig, [10]. Outrages

in Ireland, [11]. Election in Ireland postponed for three months, [12]. Coal-

ition defended by the Lord Chancellor and Mr. Austen Chamberlain, [13].

Report of the Geddes Committee, (14]. Reply of the Admiralty, [16]. Open-
ing of Parliament: King's Speech, [16]. * Debate on Address : Mr. Lloyd

George's Speech, [17]. Government and Ulster, [18]. Debate on the Unem-

ployment Problem, [19]. Debate on Expenditure, [20]. Debate on India,

[22]. Debate on Civil Service Pensions, (24]. Mr. Austen Chamberlain and

the Lord Chancellor on the Coalition, [25]. The Irish Free State Bill in the

Commons: Mr. Churchill's Speech, [26]. The Debate, [27]. Further Report

of Geddes Committee, [28]. Chancellor of Exchequer's Speech, [28]. Govern-

ment's Egyptian Policy, [30]. Outrages in Ireland, [31]. ` Irish Free State Bill

passed, [32]. Future of the Coalition, [32]. Resignation of Mr. E. S. Montagu,

[33]. Mr. Montagu at Cambridge, [34]. Lord Curzon's Reply, [34]. Crisis in

the Coalition, [35]. Army Estimates Debate, [36]. Navy Estimates, [37]. Air

Service Recommendations, [37]. Air Estimates, [38]. Unemployed Insurance

Bill, [38]. Engineering and Shipbuilding Trades Crisis, [39]. Conferences

between Masters and Men, [40]. Lock-out Notices, [41].

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