This section contains newspaper clippings from the Belfast Telegraph, the Belfast Evening Telegraph, the Belfast News Letter and the Northern Whig, covering the historic signing of Ulster’s Solemn League and Covenant on 28th September 1912, in protest against the Third Home Rule Bill and a Home Rule Parliament in Dublin. Nearly half a million men and women pledged themselves to the Ulster Covenant (Men) and the Declaration (women). As such, Ulster Unionists refer to September 28th 1912 as ‘Ulster Day’.
Results (41 items)
Sir Edward Carson Leaves for Londonderry'
Anti-Home Rule Campaign'
Ulster Day Covenant Ratified: Unionist Council Meeting - Delegates' Resolve, Steadfast Determination'
Sending of the Covenant: Busy Scene at Town Hall'
Ulster Day in Edinburgh'
The Enniskillen Horse'
The Boyne Flag'
Loyalty of Linsagarvey: East Follows West - Huge Lisburn Meeting, Sir E. Carson's Resolve'
The Ulster Campaign: Snapshots at Coleraine Meeting'
The Coleraine Demonstration: Leader's Welcome - Enthusiastic Scenes'
A Stronghold of Loyalty: Great Portadown Demonstration - Enthusiastic Scenes'
The Ulster Solemn League and Covenant Ratified'
One Hundred and Four - Still Working'
Ulster Day, Ulster's Prayer'
The Signing og the Covenant'
Bangorians Abroad Signing Covenant'
Ulster Day, 1914: Visit of Sir E. Carson and Mr. Bonar Law'