Letter from Keohane to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from K.[eohane] of M.H. Gill & Son Ltd., Dublin, to (Hagan), glad that all friends are well. Unhappy with a letter from [Stannous], Southampton. They have not heard from poor Seán Ó Corráin; his friends in Donnybrook for instance were very indignant over the attack but others, including eminent ecclesiastics wrote to Gill's taking the other standpoint, many of them across the pond. The situation is uncertain but he doubts there are grounds to be alarmed. Passing on regards to Dr. O'Gorman who decided not to call on him. Reference to a 'great revulsion' felt, and the uncertainty as to which king will be reigning when the holidays come round. Commenting on the big 'hearing' he was given, and a warning to be 'blind to the world' (unclear).
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