Letter from P. Murphy to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from P. Murphy, House of Missions, Enniscorthy (County Wexford), to (Hagan), enclosing typescript letter signed Sr. (Mary) Visitation Keating, to Hagan, accepting his proposals for receiving sisters to work in the College; they can send five or six. Asking about travelling expenses of sisters when replaced after a period of around three years. Anxious to give the articles a sense of stability beyond Hagan's rectorship. Murphy comments briefly. Re- marking on the bishop's choice to have the Pope's pastoral read instead of writing his own; there was more 'coughing' than usual during the reading. The amnesty expires on Sunday and they are in for a rough time; he does not know of Fr. P. Browne; many women are arrested; there is a split within the republicans. He will not be back from England until Easter. The Daily Mail is now banned as is the M.[orning] Post.
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