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Ulster Rugby Rag Boy | Ulster Covenant 100th Anniverary Wall Clock | Scotland Tartan Kilt Shorts

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PRLog - Apr. 9, 2014 - Ulster Rugby Rag Boy.

The rag boy measuring 19 inches (47.5cm) in length.

Dressed in a White Jersey, Black Shorts and Ulster Rugby embroidered in red on jersey front.

The Signing of The Ulster Covenant 100th Anniverary Wall Clock.

Sir Edward Carson, Signing the Solemn League and Covenant, at Belfast City Hall, 28th September 1912.

Rectangular Wall Clock Size - Height : 315mm (12.5 inches) Width : 228mm (9 inches) .

Clock Face : Clear Perspex.

Available in white, black, red or blue plastic surround. Please choose the color you wish to purchase from the Drop Down Menu below.

Battery operated. AA Battery not included.

We Won't Have Home Rule, 100th Anniversary, 1912 - 2012.

The signing of the Covenant was conducted in an atmosphere of near religious fervour, appearing to many like a crusade, with comparisons being drawn between the Ulster Covenant and the Old Testament Covenant of the Israelites.

Religious services to invoke divine aid and to encourage signatures were held throughout in Protestant churches with the favoured hymn being 'O God, our help in ages past'. Charles Frederick D'Arcy, later Archbishop of Armagh, stated his Church’s reason for supporting the Covenant: "We hold that no power, not even the British Parliament, has the right to deprive us of our heritage of British citizenship".
Lord Charles Beresford, FE Smith, Craig, Carson and other leaders arriving at Belfast City Hall .

Factories and the shipyard in Belfast were idle and silent, allowing their workers the opportunity to attend church and then to congregate at the City Hall. The church services ended about noon. Carson and other Unionist leaders left the Ulster Hall and walked the short distance along Bedford Street to the City Hall, preceded by the Boyne Standard and with a guard of men wearing bowler hats and carrying sticks. A body of 2,500 men drawn from Orange lodges and Unionist Clubs marshalled the crowds out.

Scotland "Kilt Shorts".

New Red Tartan Kilt Shorts.

Suitable for Sport, Leisure, Swimming, Beach .

Made from 100% Polyester with 2 Side Pockets, Elastic Stretch Waist with Draw String, Mesh lined and 3D Sublimation print.

The shorts are a vivid bright 100% Sublimated print into the material, photographic image digitaly printed into the fabric, there are no add ons, this is not a kilt.

Available in the following Sizes : Small, Medium, Large, Xtra Large.


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