Letter from M.J. Curran to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Curran, Michael J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from M.J.C.[urran], Tivoli, to Hagan. Enclosing three holograph letters: 1) 18 August, from John [Breen], St. Brendan’s Seminary, Killarney, to Curran, informing him that Michael J. Herlihy will be sent to Rome this year; additional question on admissions. 2) 18 August, from J. Scannell, St. Finnbarr's College, Cork, to Curran, regretting that young Lynch is opposed to going to Sydney; Cork will send at least one student. Curran proposes to try Dublin schools for a candidate for Sydney. 3) 17 July, P.J. Marshall, The Presbytery, Kenmare, County Kerry, to Curran, accepting the invitation to stay at the College for the pilgrimage. Curran explains that Marshall will accompany Archbishop Harty. – Comments on the London student, Page. Prices in Italy are soaring; the grape harvest is threatened. His Holiness, at a recent audience, asked after the building work and they discussed Dr. Gaughran, but nothing else. Then proposing a second lift for the Santi Quattro-site; to place the infirmary on the San Stefano side, to install a room for tradesmen near the kitchen. The bank gives them the fountain [at S. Agata]- arrangements for its transfer. Adding that Dr. O'Donnell is definitely coming to Rome.
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