<> Hanna134 Part Two Linen Hall Library 1951 Linen Hall Library Thursday, April 7, 2016 TIFF Hanna134 Manuscript Autumn, Knocknadreemally English https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/content/hanna134 Linen Hall Library Linen Hall Library Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/sites/default/files/Hanna134_0.jpg LHL Archive 128 Sarah turned from the mirror where she war arranging her hair under her hat. I'll leave him off at Agnes's til I get back.” "Aye. He'll bo all right there, 1 don't doubt," said Hamilton rathar reluctantly as he withdrew. Sarah Lifted tho boy from his crib, pulled a woollen cap on his head, pinned a large shawl around him, and after bolting the halfdoor behind her, carried him out to the trap. Frank had already gone to the fields and Hamilton was in the byre from where he appeared when he heard the click of the pony's hooves as it moved off. "Will ye be back afore dark?" he called. "Aye, long afore dark!” "Well, I might take a dander up to Agnes's and meet ye. Heh! my bold boy," he cried to the baby, "So long now!" Sarah jerked the reins, clicked her tongue at the pony, who set off with stiff carefully placed forelegs down the steep rocky descent. It was a glorious autumn morning with a feint tang of frost in the air, and the climbing sun promised heat Inter in the day. As they drove along the road a vermilion leaf or two came flutttering down from the trees, and high above the swallows sped and circled with their flittering crescent wings. As the pony wound up Knocknadremally, Sarah saw Agues and Bridie Dineen standing on the road at the top of tht hill. Agnes had a hen under her arm, and the other woman, round whose skirts two or three children swung sad played, had a tin basin in her hand, that gleamed and waned as it was struck by one of the shouting children. Text