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’.
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Ulster Day Anniversary: Sir Edward Carson's Visit - Official Programme Issued'
Covenants of Ulster - Pledge of the Dim and Mighty Past, Picturesque Form of Oath, The Same Determined Spirit'
Ulster Day: Letter from Sir Edward Carson - Duty of Covenanters'
Solemne League and Covenant, For Reformation, and Defence of Religion, The Honour and Happinesse of the King, and the Peace and Safety of the three Kingdoms of Scotland, England, and Ireland'
Covenant Bibles for Londonderry Loyalists'
Ulster and the Flag: Covenant Day Suggestion - Appeal to All Good Patriots'
Ulster Day: Campaign Opened - North-West Leads the Way, Imposing Demonstation at Enniskillen'
Ulster Covenant: Nobly Unique Movement'
Correspondence: Ulster Day'
Ulster Day on the Atlantic
Ulster Day Demonstrations and Speakers: Provisional Programme - Extensive Series of Meetings'
Australia and Ulster'
The Ulster Unionist Parliamentary Party'
Ulster's Leader: Return of Sir E. Carson - Enthusiastic Welcome'
Sir Edward Carson's Mounted Escort'
Sir Edward Carson: His Return to Belfast - For Enniskillen on Tuesday'