Letter from P.T. Keohane to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from P.T.K.[eohane] of M.H. Gill & Son Ltd, Dublin, to Hagan. Tuam (Archbishop Gilmartin) was in the best of spirits; his recent stay in Rome may have something to do with his congenial mood. He was anxious about Fr. O'F.(lanagan); Keohane had been trying to talk sense into him, believing now that DeV(alera) let that section down badly. Discussing at length that the latter will sweep the country when taking his proposition further, with O'Flanagan and Sc(eilg) likely casualties. Expressing sympathy for both, failing to understand their plan. The Brewer (Fr. Morrissey) should try for the vacant parish of Rathdrum.
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