Letter from J. Kelly to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed J. Kelly, Dunedin (New Zealand), to Hagan. He will travel with two Wellington priests from Kilkenny; sketching their travel plans which will bring them to Rome for about a month at the end of the year. Speculating about the very recent visit of the Archbishop of Wellington to Rome. Concerning the 'enemy' [Bishop Cleary] there is no more need to worry since The Month has not made good and [The Tablet] is thriving. Explaining that he needs the holiday badly, after nine years' hard work. Not looking forward to visiting Ireland; planning to see the west and north. Postulating that as for politics in Ireland 'unity after the Treaty was signed would have been the shortest way home'.
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