Letter from Donald Hales to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Donald Hales, Genoa, to Hagan, finding that Italy drifts always more into British waters, as does Romania. Suspecting that his article for An Phoblacht on Cosgrave's infamous attending the dominion conference was stopped in the mail. 'Ah! if the Irish people but knew their power! A "John Bull" tremerebbe la pancina.' Hoping they will wake up in time for the elections. Indignation over 'a wretch like Lord Glenaty, a masonic traitor who in any self-respecting county would be shot for treason' as president of the senate. 'It is to be presumed that vile curs like Blythe have all along worked secretly in the service of the Orange free masons.'
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