Letter from E.R. Morrissey to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from [E.R. Morrissey], to 'Carissimo' [Hagan], writing about a certain law case, and about politics (probably in code and hard to decipher). K.[eohane] tells him that there will certainly be an agreement in the case of bankruptcy before the courts now, expecting it to be about 12/ 6. 'The Hill' has turned out exactly as K. suspected he would; Hay and [Burglar] and Kenny are holding out. Cappa and Hill were in close negotiations even before the case came to the courts. With the help of something else sent over Hagan will understand the above. Moving to political affairs, they feel things will be settled - though the n.[orthern] situation is not satisfactory: the Ulster question and the war debt will be the biggest obstacles to a settlement. Some comments (indecipherable) about arguments since the truce started; the reply to the Premier can only be guessed at. He and 'R.'[onayne] are working hard to get 'K.' to start again with R.; 'McG.' will be on at the same time. K. is not satisfied at all.
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Letter from G.W. Hagan to Hagan Hagan, G.W.; Hagan, John, 1873-1930; DigitalGeorgetown; Pontifical Irish College (1919-08-13)