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    • The Orange A, B, C.

    • The Orange A, B, C.
    • Protestants -- Northern Ireland; Orangemen; Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England; Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Irish; Identity (Philosophical concept); Popular music -- Ireland -- 19th century;
    • Pro-Protestant, North Irish alphabet song
    • The Murder of M'Briars

    • The Murder of M'Briars
    • Protestants -- Northern Ireland; Orangemen; Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England; Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Irish; Identity (Philosophical concept); Popular music -- Ireland -- 19th century;
    • Pro-Protestant North Irish song
    • The Shankhill Road Heroes

    • The Shankhill Road Heroes
    • Protestants -- Northern Ireland; Orangemen; Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England; Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Irish; Identity (Philosophical concept); Popular music -- Ireland -- 19th century;
    • Discusses Orangemen of Shankill (Seanchill), a Protestant neighborhood in Belfast
    • Papist Ass

    • Papist Ass
    • Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Orangemen; Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England; Home rule; Liberty; Irish; Identity (Philosophical concept); Popular music -- Ireland -- 19th century;
    • Song concerning relations between Catholics and Protestants in Ireland
    • Gav Old Hag

    • Gav Old Hag
    • Irish; Identity (Philosophical concept); Home rule; Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England; Orangemen; Popular music -- Ireland -- 19th century;
    • Irish nation, Shan Van Vauth, and home rule
    • Mc. Mahon's Dream

    • Mc. Mahon's Dream
    • Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Irish; Home rule; Orangemen; Patriotism; Identity (Philosophical concept); Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • Song concerning Irish home rule; evokes Napoleonic revenge
    • Annie Moore

    • Annie Moore
    • Orangemen; Protestants -- Northern Ireland; Home rule; Patriotism; Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England; Popular music -- Ireland -- 19th century;
    • Story of a woman dying on the Twelfth; 12 July is a Protestant North Ireland holiday

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