Letter from P. Murphy to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from P. Murphy, Roundwood (County Wicklow), to Dr. (Hagan). Commenting on the recent inaccurate and insulting article in the Freeman by Grattan Flood, connecting the arrival of the nuns in Rome with 'the glories of the F(ree) State'; advising to ignore it. [Fr.] Keating is leaving today with the nuns; recommending him. He saw Seán T. after his release; he is looking well; the Chief is being treated well. Commenting on James O'Connor whose letter was in the Independent. The country is very poor after the succession of strikes; before the Republicans gain victory the country will be reduced to poverty. The country people will not support a loan before genuine peace exists between the gunmen. While the Protestants are the strongest supporters of the Free State they also will not hand in their money.
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