Two letters from J. Ahern to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Two holograph letters from [J. Ahern], Lucerne and September Naples, to Hagan. Enclosing letter of introduction from Archbishop Mannix (see 29 January 1923) making arrangements for meeting him in Rome; then stating that their stay in Rome was not very successful, with admission to the Vatican not having been arranged sufficiently. Commenting on the bright prospects for Ireland as he perceives them; having much better chances with the Free State than as a republic. 95% of Australians would not approve of a republic, and he understands that that agrees with the standpoint of the Irish hierarchy. He will gladly give Hagan's message to Archbishop Mannix. 28 August-22 
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