<> Hanna006 Part One Linen Hall Library 1951 Linen Hall Library Thursday, April 7, 2016 TIFF Hanna006 Manuscript Doves, Horse English https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/content/hanna006 Linen Hall Library Linen Hall Library Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/sites/default/files/Hanna006_0.jpg LHL Archive 5 blood in the whole bloody tribe," Andrew, having failed to reply to some question of the minister's or even raise his head, Sorleyson turned his attention to the spectators who had suddenly retreated into the churchyard or made their way out and about distance down the road. After waiting patiently in the chill wind for a glimpse of the newly-married pair, the country-foils: were taken aback to find the Reverend Mr Sorleyson escorting them from the church, so now, skulking along the truncated pillars and crumbling doves, they fixed curious eyes on this Joyless bridal procession, only withdrawing their glances when they threatened to meet the angry and persistent stare of the minister. The sexton, who had trotted diagonally through the grave- yard oinking and grimacing to his neighbours, passed out through a side-gate, and crossing the road, disappeared into the churchyard stable. He came out backwards in the shafts of a light trap which he drew onto the road and lowered gingerly until it rested on its step. "Rabbie!” he shouted at a little boy in a ragged Jersey who stood with crossed legs against the wall, "away and fetch Mr Echlin's pony!" The horse being led out, with a relied neck and oat husks on his muzzle, Site Andrew then took charge, and as the bit was being adjusted, a pound-note passed into the sexton's hand. A little distance down the road, beyond the church gates, several men still lingered, and in the ditch two or three Text