Letter from Michael Curran to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Curran, Michael J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from M.[ichael Curran], Tivoli, to Hagan [Switzerland], with some housekeeping news from Tivoli. The students are well- though beaten at the foot- ball match against the Tivoli team; [Fr.] Crofts returns home since his father has died. His [brother] speculates that the odds in the Irish negotiations are on peace, judging from England's position between the U.S.A. and Japan, the bad budget and other factors. The country is solidly behind deV(alera) and would move as solidly out of negotiations if necessary. 'The celebrations are those of children- the grown ups held aloof'. Dromore wrote to have them kept supplied with news in Rome. Stating his satisfaction that Seán is well; he received his card. Also observing that the stories of compromise 'are too absurdly extreme'; not believing that Dominion Home Rule will be accepted. deV(alera) succeeded the archbishop as chancellor.
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