Letter from M.J. Curran to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Curran, Michael J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from M.J. Curran, 211 (North Circular Road), Dublin, to Hagan, thanking him for the telegram. The only obstacle may be an unwillingness to appoint two from Dublin, but this had been got over before; 'we would be a happy family (and) I left my heart in Rome when I left it in 1904'. He will not speak of the matter to Monsignor MacCaffrey or the Cardinal for the time being; Mat [MacMarton] may talk about it however. Some comments on his last day at the archbishop's and his feelings on leaving; his present occupations including giving instructions to Paddy Dunne [his successor]. Stating that (Archbishop Walsh) is very well; a 'splendid letter' by him was published in the papers on the [assassination attempt] on French: 'I wonder who they will father that upon? I am no longer there as a bogey, or scapegoat'.
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