Letter from Archbishop J.M. Harty to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Archbishop J.M. Harty, The Palace, Thurles (County Tipperary), to Hagan, in thanks for his detailed letter. He would have been ready to go on a mission to Rome if sent by his bishops, but now they do not feel the necessity is there. The cardinal will be in touch with Rome and use his influence. They have had a bad time in Thurles; hoping the clergy will succeed in preserving the peace. He has lodged money to the College for the children's charity. David [Humphries] has been restored to his work in Killenaule; while he seems subdued this might not last. Adding that if necessary he could have a bishop or two sent to Rome depending how things stand.
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