Letter from Keohane to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from K.[eohane], Raven Hotel, Droitwich, Worcestershire (England), to (Hagan), in reply to his letter. Stating his remaining regard for their one- time Sydney aspirant; cannot believe he would do anything to injure Hagan. Brewer [Morrissey] is as sound as ever, if maybe nervous that Hagan be involved by some friends at home in their schemes. For despise of such methods Keohane has no more business with his former political 'hierarchical friends'. He can be as charitable but much more silent. Certain that Hagan never took 'the Canary' seriously; Keohane returned some articles to him recently; he and others are just like midges in summertime. Adding then that the C.[atholic] B.[ulletin] had better play slow at present; it was made plain that its attacks were much resented, but the challenge was never taken up. At the same time, he finds 'they have got out of their imperialistic associations very well indeed so far, though it is but a few short years ago that I was reminded by one of them that that connection was the greatest security we could possibly have.'
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