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Bull, From the Boyne to Brampton
Bull, Wm. Perkins, From the Boyne to Brampton : or, John the Orangeman at home and abroad , Toronto : The Perkins Bull Foundation, George J. McLeod Ltd., 1936.

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3 Series title page
4 Other works by Wm. Perkins Bull
facing title page Illustration: Wm. Perkins Bull, K.C.
5 Title page
6 [Copyright information]
7 [Dedication]
8 Peel's Orange legislators
facing 8 Illustrations: A few of Peel's Orange legislators
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11 Table of contents
12 [Table of] Illustrations
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16 Illustration
17 Author's foreword
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22 A prefatory note
facing 22 Illustration: H. C. Hocken
facing 23 Illustration: J. H. Scott
23 A critical introduction
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25 A congratulatory comment
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facing 26 Illustration: Annie J. Ferguson-Burke
facing 27 Illustration: A. H. Birmingham
27 An historical survey
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facing 28 Illustrations: Sir Edward Archdale; Joseph Cloughley; Richard Rigg; A. D. MacInnes Shaw
facing 29 Illustrations: Robert Birmingham; J. Ross Robertson; Fred Dane; Loftus Reid
29 Orange tradition in one family
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31 Illustration: First Canadian home of Bartholomew Bull
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33 Chapter I : The Orangemen arrive
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facing 34 Illustrations: Bishop Burnet; Landing of the Prince of Orange
facing 35 Illustrations: The only dual monarchs in British history; Signatories, Declaration of Exeter
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facing 40 Illustration: The Battle of the Boyne
facing 41 Illustration: William of Orange landing at Brixham
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facing 46 Illustration: The Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart., M.P.
facing 47 Illustration: The Battle of the Boyne : disposition of troops
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facing 50 Illustration: "The Prince of Orange, afterwards William III landing at Torbay, November the 5th, 1688"
facing 51 Illustration: King William III
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54 Chapter II : A warrant and a walk
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facing 56 Illustration: Certificate from L.O.L. No. 109, Armagh, 1808
facing 57 Illustration: Orangeman's parlour picture
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facing 62 Illustrations: John Rutledge; George Rutledge; William Rutledge
facing 63 Illustrations: Broddytown
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66 Chapter III : The turbulent twenties
facing 66 Illustrations: Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland; His Grace The Duke of Gordon, F.R.S., &c.; Where the Orange Order began
facing 67 Illustration: Warrant of Benevolent & Loyal Orange Institution, 1827
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facing 78 Illustration: Ogle R. Gowan
facing 79 Illustration: Certificate from L.O.L. No. 1438, Loughgall
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81 Chapter IV : A grand lodge for Canada
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facing 88 Illustrations: Pages from Peel Orange records, 1834-50
facing 89 Illustrations: Elizabeth (Harris) Wiggins; Captain John Wiggins
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94 Chapter V : Orangemen in arms
facing 94 Illustration: The legend of Gallows Hill
facing 95 Illustration: Front page from Albion District minute-book, 1845
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facing 104 Illustrations: Descendants of Robert Moore
facing 105 Illustrations: Lougheed family
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113 Chapter VI : A bitter aftermath
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facing 116 Illustrations: Rutledge homestead, Broddytown; Etobicoke Creek on the Rutledge farm
facing 117 Illustration: Old warrant
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facing 124 Illustrations: Thomas B. Phillips; Michael Crawford, John Melvin
facing 125 Illustrations: Strawberry lustre plaque; Staffordshire jug with Orange emblems
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129 Chapter VII : Orangemen at home
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facing 130 Illustrations: Descendants of John Rutledge
facing 131 Illustrations: Peel representatives in Grand Lodge of British America
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facing 138 Illustrations: Early Peel Orangemen
facing 139 Illustrations: Orange Hall, Caledon; Palestine Shool, 12th July, 1866
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143 Chapter VIII : To march or not to march
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facing 153 Illustrations: The Town Hall, Brampton, being remodelled for the Orange Order; Early Orange Hall, Brampton.
facing 152 Illustration: King William's tree
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160 Chapter IX : A rift in the lute
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facing 162 Illustrations: George Lyttleton Allen, Rev. R. J. MacGeorge; George Benjamin; John Flanigan.
facing 163 Illustrations: From Addresses to Gowan
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173 Chapter X : The new order
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facing 174 Illustration: John Hillyard Cameron
facing 175 Illustrations: John Aikins; Hon. J.C. Aikins; G. H. Aikins, K.C.; Sir J.A.M. Aikins
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facing 184 Illustrations: Lt.-Col. Thos. Roberts Ferguson; Rev. Nassau C. Gowan; Isaac Ferguson; Harcourt P. Gowan; Sir James Gowan.
facing 185 Illustrations: D'Alton McCarthy, Q.C.; John Coyne; John W. Bell; Sir John A. Macdonald
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191 Chapter XI : A developing dominion
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facing 200 Illustrations: Glimpses of Orangeism in Scotland
facing 201 Illustration: The Perkins Bull Cup
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206 Chapter XII : Paths of peace
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facing 208 Illustrations: County masters
facing 209 Illustrations: Old banners; Some Peel County Orange rectors.
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222 Chapter XIII : Political cross-currents
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facing 230 Illustrations: Grand masters of British America who were members of Imperial Grand Order Council of the World
facing 231 Illustration: Certificate of Nevin McConnell
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235 Chapter XIV : One fight more
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facing 240 Illustrations: First Orange Arch, Calgary; More County masters.
facing 241 Illustrations: 12th July Parade, Bolton, 1911; L.O.B.A. members.
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facing 250 Illustration: Orange emblems
251 Chapter XV : An international movement
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facing 256 Illustration: David Catt
facing 257 Illustration: Honorary Grand Lodge membership certificate
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facing 264 Illustrations: Grand Masters, British America
facing 265 Illustrations: Cedar Mills L.O.L., No. 455; Sandhill L.O.L. No. 184
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272 Chapter XVI : From the Boyne to Brampton
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facing 278 Illustration: Black Knights' parade, Brampton
facing 279 Illustrations: Orangemen from central Peel; Orangemen from southern Peel
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facing 282 Illustrations: The Robbs of Cedar Mills
facing 283 Illustrations: Gibson family; Lipsett family
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296 Chapter XVII : The homeward journey
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facing 304 Illustrations: Bolton L.O.L. No. 146; Tullamore L.O.L. No. 61
facing 305 Illustrations: Mono Mills L.O.L. No. 192; Enniskillen L.O.L. No. 260
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facing 312 Illustration: Orange map of Peel
facing 313 Illustrations: Orange Halls in Peel; More Orange Halls in Peel
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facing 320 Illustrations: Orangemen from northern Peel; Tullamore Brass Band
facing 321 Illustrations: Here and there with the Orangemen
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facing 326 Postscript
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327 Bibliography
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332 List of abbreviations
333 Index
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366 [Notes on typeset, illustrations, paper, and binding of this volume]

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