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Betsy Gray

W. G. Lyttle

Betsy Gray

or, Hearts of Down : a tale of ninety-eight

by W. G. Lyttle

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Published by Printed by the author, at his North Down Printing Works in Bangor .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesHearts of Down.
Statementby W. G. Lyttle.
The Physical Object
Pagination165p. ;
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21854596M

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According to family and local lore the cottage was the birthplace of George and Betsy Gray, who along with Betsy's sweetheart Willie Boal, were brutally murdered by three Hillsborough Yeomen during the rebels' retreat after the Battle of Ballynahinch on 13th June, In WG Lyttle published a series of articles, later reprinted in book. This fascination started 50 years ago when the Mourne Observer, my local paper in Newcastle, Co Down, serialised a Victorian-era book called Betsy Gray and the Hearts of Down, written by a.


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For many years after its first publication, this was a standard book in almost every County Down home, and although a vast number of books has been written about the Rebellion ofmany have gleaned their knowledge of the insurrection solely from Betsy Gray.

And the Hearts of Down. Betsy Gray is arguably one of the better known figures in the United Irishmen Rebellion of rebellion in County Down, due in no small way to the publication inof W G Little's book 'Betsy Gray or the Hearts of Down' The legend of Betsy Gray book Gray endures to this day, it is virtually impossible to separate the few verifiable facts from the many myths which have.

In the green fields of Ballynahinch, the young Betsy Gray fell in battle alongside her father and fiance, who had fought with her during the Rebellion.

On this day, inthe Author: Michelle K. Smith. Wesley Greenhill Lyttle was born in Newtownards, County Down, in and pursued several occupations before founding the North Down Herald newspaper in He was the author of a number of books, perhaps the most enduringly popular of which is the novel Betsy Gray, or Hearts of h his writing he has left an invaluable record of life and language in North Down and the 5/5(2).

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