ANOTHER myth exploded? An Orange lodge has produced a banner with William of Orange crossing the Boyne river on a brown horse, whereas it has been traditionally displayed as a white charger. These guys maybe have a greater sense of perspective than some other loyalists… anyone who ever saw a mural of the same scene would swear King Billy crossed the river on a Shetland pony, as he always seems to be about twice the size of the poor animal he sits on.
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