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  • Dolly's Brae is a road with a difficult pass in County Down. On July 12, , a large assembly of Ribbonmen gathered with the intent of stopping the traditional march of Orangemen to Tollymore. The Orangemen were forewarned and avoided the Brae that year. Naturally, the opposition had a field day with that and songs appeared about their cowardice.
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  • May 14,  · To march around Lord Roden's park and over Dolly's Brae To march around Lord Roden's park and over Dolly's Brae. And when we got to Weirsbridge sure it was a glorious sight To see so many Orangemen all ready for to fight To march around the ould remains our music sweet to play And the tune we played was the Protestant Boys right on to Dolly's Brae.
  • Sep 07,  · Maybe around 30 people were killed at the “Battle of Dolly’s Brae”, all of them Catholics. One member of the police was wounded. The Orange Order apparently suffered no casualties. In the aftermath, Roden was stripped of his magisterial powers, and more legislation was brought in .
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  • Dolly, Dolly, Dolly, an Album by Dolly Parton. Released in April on RCA Victor (catalog no. AHL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Country Pop, Country. Featured peformers: Dolly Parton (vocals), Jeff Porcaro (drums), Gary Klein (producer), Charles Koppelman (executive producer), John Arrias (engineer, mixing engineer), Sheridan Eldridge (assistant engineer), Don Henderson (assistant engineer.
  • Dolly's Brae (I) DESCRIPTION: July 12, "Ten hundreds of our Orangemen together did combine" to celebrate the Battle of the Boyne at Dolly's Brae. Two priests can't turn the march to fight the gathered Catholics. "And the Orange cry, as we passed by, was 'Dolly's Brae no more'" AUTHOR: unknown EARLIEST DATE: (Zimmermann).
  • Dolly's Brae. Quick Reference. Co. Down, scene of a bloody sectarian affray on 12 July Orange bands marching from Rathfriland to Tollymore Park exchanged shots with Ribbonmen who confronted them as they passed.