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The introduction of the Third Home Rule Bill in the House of Commons (1912) sparked the Home Rule Crisis (1912-14). Ulster Unionists sought to resist the implementation of the Act by armed force and as a result, the Ulster Volunteer Force was formed. This section contains newspaper clippings from the Belfast Telegraph and the Northern Whig, amongst other periodicals, regarding Edward Carson’s tour of Ulster, the ‘Curragh Incident’ (1914), and Anti-Home Rule sentiment in Ireland and abroad.

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Colours For Down Volunteers'
Seeing is Believing'
Nearly All-Black Home Rule'
Sir Edward Carson in Belfast'
The Ulster Campaign, Snapshots at Coleraine Meeting'
Enthusiastic Open Air Meeting in Belfast, Ulster Leaders Speak "We'll Never Yield an Inch"'.
Winston Churchill in Belfast: Incidents in Pictures'
Mr. Winston Churchill in Belfast'
Coercion Plot Revealed - Blockade by Land and Sea'
The Plot Against Ulster - More Revelations'
The Conspiracy That Failed - More Sidelights on Coercion Plot'
The Lords and Home Rule'
Methodist Demonstartion Against Home Rule - A Few of the Speakers'
Ulster Campaign Opened at Enniskillen'
The Ulster Unionist Parliamentary Party'
Sir Edward Carson's Mounted Escort'
Sir Edward Carson in Liverpool'
Anti-Home Rule Campaign'