Some Ulster Handbills

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1. Ulster Facts and the Ulster Question (From the "Belfast Telegraph," July 9. 1924, printed by W. & G. Baird, Belfast), handbill, 4pp., 8vo, bifolium, very good condition. It includes "facts" about N. Ireland (agriculture, industry, etc) and reasons to reject the Boundary Commission.2. Ulster and Peace (Reprinted from "Belfast Telegraph," August 2, 1924, printed by W. & G. Baird, Belfast), handbill, 2pp. 8vo, bifolium, very good condition.3. The Attacks on Ulster (Reprinted from "Belfast Telegraph," August 4, [1924?], printed by W. & G. Baird, Belfast4. The Case for Ulster. Indisputable Rights. Positive Pledges Given. Lord Londonderry Explains (Reprinted from "Belfast Telegraph," August 11, 1924, printed by W. & G. Baird, Belfast), handbill, 4pp. 8vo, bifolium, very good condition.5. Irish Boundary Dispute (Printed by Wm. W. Cleland, Ltd, and Published by The Ulster Association, 11 Donegall Square S., Belfast (n.d. -after 1920), handbill, one page, 4to, some foxing, small amount of chipping and other minor damage not affecting the text. Map of Northern Ireland with explanation of shaded areas (a. Ulster already conceded under the 1920 act, b. what Ulster would have to give up if Sinn Fein demands conceded, c. and what would remain of Ulster if Sinn Fein demands were acceded to).6. An Appeal to Ulstermen (presumably published by the Ulster Association[192-]), handbill, one page, 4to, pink paper, faint foxing, good condition. Form explaining the aims of the Ulster Association and encouraging subscriptions (not filled in)7. Facts about the Irish Treaty (Published by the Ulster Association, n.d. [192-]), handbill, one page, 4to, good condition. Anti-Boundary Commission.I have traced only one copy of one of these handbills, The Attack on Ulster, in the Thomas P. O'Neill Library, Boston College.7 items,