Letter from P. Dunne to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed P. Dunne, Archbishop's House, Dublin, to (Hagan), enclosing bank lodgement form for Peter's Pence and two other sums. The archbishop is annoyed over a passage in the documents sent but thinks it better to swallow it – after all, the Holy Father has taken the thing to himself. Then recommending an imminent visitor to Rome, Mrs. Rorke-Merrion asking to obtain access to a papal audience: she comes with her ill son. Some comments on their holidays in Spain: 'bacherozzi' in trousers caused much interest; they were called 'pastores' which must be the equivalent for the Australian 'wouser'.
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