To Hell Or Connaught

Here is one of the panels (the third of eleven) in a large piece in Thorndyke Street. Dan Winter, along with James Wilson and James Sloan, founded the Orange Institution in Loughgall in 1796 in response to sectarian tensions over land. After a decisive victory by the Protestant ‘Peep O’ Day Boys’ over the Catholic ‘Defenders’, the Order was founded and Catholics driven out with the threat ‘to hell or to Connaught’.
Previously from the Thorndyke wall: Their sacrifice, our freedom (WWI)
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Camera Settings: f4, 1/100, ISO 64, full size 1476 x 1873

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