Letter from Archbishop Mannix to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Archbishop Mannix, St. Joseph's Church, 50 Avenue Hoche, Paris VIIIe (France), to Hagan, in thanks for letters and a parcel. Satisfied that the document reached its destination – the financial side is good beyond his expectation. Stating that Drs. Harty, Fogarty, and O'Doherty represented Ireland in London; Dr. Amigo was present also. He passed Hagan's messages on and hopes he will have the necessary visitors from time to time. He will continue to send information to Cerr.[etti]. Enclosing cheque for Gammarelli; arranging to send a photo to the Australian students at Propaganda. Lloyd George met first [General Glinn] whom he promised Dominion Home Rule if DeValera would consent to meet him, and a few days later he saw [...] James O'Connor and 'asserted with vehemence that he could never consent to anything like Dom. H. Rule!!' Because of a suspicion that Mannix planned a tour through India they withheld his passport for a few days. In thanks for the glorious time he had in Rome; adding a message to Curran about Fr. McStafford.
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