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Orange Lodges

or Clubs are referred to in Hibernia Curiosa, published in 1769. Thirty years later the Orangemen were a very powerful society, having a “grand lodge” extending over the entire province of Ulster, and ramifying through all the centres of Protestantism in Ireland.” (See next article, and Orangeman.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Or Ever
Oracle
Oracle
Oracle (Sir)
Oracle of the Church (The)
Oracle of the Holy Bottle, Bacbuc
Oracle of Sieve and Shears (The)
Oracles
Orange Lilies (The)
Orange Lodges
Orange Peel
Orange-tawny
Orange Blossoms Worn at Weddings
Orangeman
Orania
Orator Henley
Orbilian Stick (The)
Orc (in Orlando Furioso)
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