Letter from Florence Teeling to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Florence Teeling, 42 Thurloe Square, London S.W.7 (England), to Hagan, with congratulations on the honour received from the Pope. She is still furious over the theft of her possessions in Paris. In London she has not been able to see her Irish friends, at a time when the country is so much dis- cussed. Offering her opinion that the plenipotentiaries have been 'hustled'; she feels irritated at Cardinal Logue's and some bishops' pronouncements – also 'one thing I can't stand is Miss Mary McS.[winey] (and) her long speech – I wish women had been kept out of the [Dáil]. Asking him to remember her [Barble] in a requiem mass; enclosing cheque.
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Is Part Of
The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)