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LIMERICK VOLUNTEERS UNITE UNDER ALDERMAN JOYCE'S LEADERSHIP |

LIMERICK VOLUNTEERS UNITE UNDER ALDERMAN JOYCE’S LEADERSHIP

In a fervently attended assembly of National Volunteers at Ballysimon, County Limerick, the spirit of unity and confidence soared as Alderman Joyce, MP, rallied support for Mr John Redmond and the Irish cause. As the Honorary Colonel of the Limerick City Regiment, Alderman Joyce’s impassioned address resonated with the gathered volunteers.

Captain Carson’s proposal, seconded by Mr M. Naughton, culminated in a unanimously adopted resolution affirming unwavering support for Mr Redmond and Alderman Joyce. The resolution hailed Mr Redmond’s steadfast leadership over the past fifteen years, lauding his tireless efforts in safeguarding Ireland’s interests within the British Empire.

Alderman Joyce’s speech echoed sentiments of national pride and resilience, challenging detractors and reaffirming the unity of purpose among Irish nationalists. He staunchly rejected attempts to undermine the solidarity of the Irish Party, cautioning against external influences seeking to sow division.

With fervent cries of support from the assembled crowd, Alderman Joyce highlighted the importance of discerning true friends from detractors, urging the volunteers to remain steadfast in their commitment to the cause of Irish independence.

The gathering concluded with a renewed sense of purpose and determination, as the Limerick volunteers stood united under Alderman Joyce’s leadership, ready to face the challenges ahead with unwavering resolve.

Freeman’s Journal – Wednesday 08 September 1915

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