Letter from P.J. Roughneen to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from P.J. Roughneen, Kiltimagh, County Mayo, to Hagan, enclosing suggestions for the O'Hare memorial for the sculptor. Remarking that both appointments of McNeely and Doorly are popular. Commenting at length on the election of a bishop for Galway; since Roman students have been coming forward lately it is possible that Galway will introduce another; naming candidates that are not popular. Observing that 'the Luzio mission is as dead (and) as forgotten as Queen Anne'; the press is quiet about it. Giving his impression that the English College is completely neutral towards Ireland at present. The railways are open again after ten days. There is still unrest in the west. Neither side possesses 'horse-sense'. Asking whether he heard of the case of Fr. Ryan, Drumshanbo.
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