The same spirit of Orangeism moved the colonel in Dublin, and his sergeant at Wexford.
A further instance of the decline of rabid Orangeism might be cited.
It may seem rude to say so, but Orangeism consists mainly of a settled hallucination and an annual brainstorm.
The Orangeism which is an inherited hysteria will not yield to reason.
But the religious bodies which have held aloof from Orangeism are just as determined.
He taught them, as no one since, that Orangeism was merely a weapon of exploitation.
The Orangeism which is merely an instrument of exploitation and domination will not yield to reason.
There is another kind of Orangeism, that which has begun to think, and the Orangeism that has begun to think is already converted.
At an aggregate meeting in 1815, he alluded to him, as the worthy champion of Orangeism.
Orangeism and Ribandism flourished in Canada, even as at Belfast, and used such opportunities as arose to fight as fiercely.