Letter from P.J. Roughneen to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from P.J. Roughneen, 2 Bristol Road, Brighton (England), to Hagan. Enclosing a document (not extant) which he will send to the Tablet under his own name; making allusions to both Bishop Amigo and Hagan. Things have been bad in the west; mentioning his tending the wounded after a recent shooting. People treated in the papers are not the ones who do the work. He was sounded about a chaplaincy cannot see his way to accept. It will be a fight to the finish but afterwards there will be much dirty work. Does not understand why the Romans do not seek information from those directly in- volved. Fr. Newlin is anxious to have [Cyriaci] come and give a retreat to Italians. Finally asking for good students for Southwark; in praise of Bi- shop Amigo 'the best Irishman in England'. He regrets he will not return himself.
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