Sir Andrew Wylie Of That Ilk by John GaltSir Andrew Wylie Of That Ilk by John Galt

Sir Andrew Wylie Of That Ilk

byJohn Galt

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1877. Excerpt: ... ler's fox-chase, a thing which he had never mentioned before. At last they came up with Knarl. The night being fine, and the moon bright, on seeing him before them, Sir Hubert clapped spurs to his horse, and passed him without speaking. Jenkins thought this was to avoid his abuse, but they had not ridden far when the baronet again pulled in, and desired the groom to go forward to the town, and order a chaise to take him over next day to the hunt. It cannot, therefore, be doubted, that the murder was most foully premeditated, and that the moment Jenkins had left him, the baronet returned and perpetrated the deed." "I know not why it is," said the earl, "that we should feel satisfied at hearing guilt so clearly established. But what has become of Wylie?" and his lordship immediately rung the bell. It happened to be answered by one of his own servants, who, not aware of Lord Riversdale's arrival, but having seen our hero embark with him in the carriage for Bretonsbeild Castle, said, on being requested by his lordship to enquire for Mr Wylie, "that he had left the town with a strange gentleman in a postchaise." Lord Sandyford was troubled at this information; he was sensible of having rudely quitted Wylie in the agitation of the moment, and uneasy lest he should have offended his sensibility. Blondell seeing him disturbed, immediately retired, and his lordship, after pacing the room thoughtfully, ordered his carriage, and returned to Chastington Hall, leaving a note for Andrew, earnestly requesting him to follow him there as soon as possible. CHAPTER LX. A VISIT. The evening was far advanced before Wylie reached the Gastle; and when he rang the bell at the gate, the countess was seated at her solitary tea-table. On hearing his well-known and familiar voice in the passage, as he was comi...

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Title:Sir Andrew Wylie Of That IlkFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.34 inPublished:January 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217050123

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