Letter from E.R. Morrissey to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter from [E.R. Morrissey, Dublin] to 'Carissimo' (Hagan) (mostly in code). The wire arrived and he felt proud and disgusted at the same time; remarks on 'the whole crowd', 'Paddy' and 'Alphonsus'. Sr. Monica, for many reasons, will not have a pleasant time here; one sister wrote to the papers, possibly on behalf of Sr. Daniel. At length commenting on 'him' [Sr. Daniel] who had made several mistakes about 'our late Visitor'. Then remarking that while there is peace now it is not certain how long it will last; elections in September augur that the republicans will have about the same number returned as last time. K.[eohane] is in good form, looking forward to the journey in September. M.[...] is leaving on 26th; her contingent is expected to carry the day. The school Hagan is interested in there are one-hundred boarders; the 'ancients' are all preparing their books now. Listing the judges, including Waters, Mackey, Cronin. Regretting Sr. C.[...] does not come home this year. Adding that the weather is more like March than June.
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The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)