Laws and Ordinances of the Orange Institution of Ireland. Revised and Adopted by the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland, June 3rd, 1885

Laws and Ordinances of the Orange Institution of Ireland. Revised and Adopted by the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland, June 3rd, 1885

Dublin: Printed by Br. James Forrest, 1885. First edition. 8vo; orange printed wrappers, 46, [2] pp. The Orange Institution of Ireland “is composed of Protestants, united and resolved to the utmost of their power to support and defend the rightful Sovereign, the Protestant Religion, the Laws of the Realm, the Legislative Union, and the Succession to the Throne in the House of Brunswick, BEING PROTESTANT; and united further, for the defence of their own Persons and Properties, and the Maintenance of the Public Peace.” An illuminating document outlining the organization’s structure and purpose. Wear and soiling to wrappers with chipping along spine and chunk missing to bottom front and upper rear corners; internally clean. A Good, serviceable copy. We find one copy for this year in OCLC at the National Library of Ireland. Item #05675

Price: $75.00

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