Letter from P.J. Keohane to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from 'K.' [P.J. Keohane], Dublin, to 'a chara dhil' (Hagan), having had news from Galway that 'O'D' [Bishop O'Dea] is 'an enthusiastic admirer' [of Hagan]; expressing satisfaction since 'Galway' will have a big influence with 'Tuam'. Reporting that Fr. Martin Comey, an army chaplain, and Ryan of Thurles are other candidates in the field. Hoping to tell both [the Archbishop and Bishop of] Cashel and Killala 'some home truths'. Then commenting on the reversal of roles between the volunteers and the police; the daring of the former is becoming a serious problem and a company of soldiers no longer strikes terror into the youth. Finally remarking that 'friend Murray is done with Rome' since 'his friends there were not pleased with his activities'.
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