Letter from 'G. Smith Black' (Gavan Duffy) to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Gavan Duffy, George
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from 'G. Smith Black' [Gavan Duffy], 39 Mespil Road, Dublin, to 'dear friend' [Hagan], enclosing a memorandum on the situation as he sees it (not extant) – inviting him to use it for the Bolletino. Stating that the decisions made in east Ulster will determine insofar Ireland can make concessions. The Irish Bulletin ought not to criticise the present offer, which falls short of Colonial Home Rule- it gives the impression that exactly that would be accepted, once offered. Asking Hagan's opinion. Briefly discussing the matter of an insurance which Fr. 'R.'[onayne] has taken up; Hagan had apprehended difficulties. His wife will return soon, but he may be kept. Expecting that before Christmas 'Gordon'will be replaced by someone more suitable.
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