Letter from Donal Hales to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Donal Hales, 'Console e Agente diplomatico della Repubblica Irlandese', Via San Nazaro 1-10, Albaro (Genoa), to Hagan. Stating that the telegram to sour 'Dr. O.C.' [...]was sent in order to avoid compromising Hagan: according to Italian voices at Bobbio, Hagan had been absent to avoid meeting 'certain Staters'. The same put out that [Dr. D.C.] was dissatisfied with 'the discourse of the Gentleman styling himself President of Ireland'. According to an Irish bishop it was well known that the Irish College students were republicans, as those of Brignole Sale, Genoa. Acting President Ruttledge suggested Hales represent the republic in Rome; the decision has to be postponed. Welcoming Seán T. O'Kelly's release. Hales's brother Tom was refused permit to see his ill mother. Behind the conduct of Voce Repubblicana he suspects the far-reaching English purse.
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