Letter from P.T. Keohane to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from 'K.' (P.T. Keohane), Dublin, to Hagan. Stating that Tuam had been under a misapprehension where their friend's [Curran] candidature for the vice-rectorship was concerned; he has been able to inform him that the candidate is not being foisted on Hagan. Commenting that they are at present taking risks with the (Catholic Bulletin), finding it necessary to 'put Plunkett in his proper light before the public and at the same time let Griffith feel that he must not try to cloak him any longer'. The latter's bent for people like Figgis is decidedly dangerous. Commenting on a misrepresentation in English papers concerning Sinn Fein and the 'Labour invasion party' � in fact Griffith and MacNeill received them on neutral ground. The Transport Workers are the only Labour party that counts; those in the Trades Hall now are 'rotters'. Concluding with the belief that 'Armagh was put in his place at last a day or two ago'.
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