Letter from Patrick J. Fogarty to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Fogarty, Patrick J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Patrick J. Fogarty of The Irish Catholic Ltd., 55 Middle Abbey Street, to Hagan, thanking him for his long letter and the information contained. Some of it is beyond his grasp, probably for the confusing times they are having. Asking the Rome correspondent to write his contribution according to Hagan's lines, weighing the items for the good of the paper; emphasising the tone of their paper is to differ from that of the daily papers. Then commenting on the contributions from 'the member of a certain religious order in Dublin', which are much reduced and usually not political in nature- stating his personal loyalty to him. With regard to certain 'incorrectness’s', stating that the Cardinal Dougherty item had been taken from Reuter's. For the Marquis he had assumed that 'he had made all right with you', having stayed in the Irish College. Other remarks about the difficulties of steering the paper through hard times. (marked 'confidential')
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