Betsy Gray and the Hearts of Down

Betsy Gray and the Hearts of Down

W.G. Lyttle

Betsy Gray - the legendary heroine of story, poem and ballad - is said to have been the daughter of Hans Gray, a prosperous North Down Presbyterian farmer and a United Irishman.

This classic novel transports us to those troubled and stirring days of 1798 when Betsy joined her brother George and fiance Willie Boal in the ‘Turn Oot’.

This is one of a series of reprints by Books Ulster and the Ulster-Scots Academy, entitled ‘Ulster-Scots Classics’.

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