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 proof of lodgements made. Also enclosing copies of letters from Fr. Patrick Dempsey, now Australia (not extant): surprisingly he still classes himself as a priest of the Dublin diocese, writing to the archbishop and friends of his reception in Melbourne. Then making statements about a certain 'friend', now operating from Belfast after not being allowed to visit any convents in Dublin; the archbishop (Byrne) cannot proceed without a definite charge; he keeps Fidecicchi's letter for now and expresses anxiety he says too much. Then reporting that 'James J.'[Ryan] came and took the place by storm, not ashamed at all; if anybody can get anything for the College from Marquis Moloney he will. He met Synnott very briefly, returning from giving the retreat in Rome.
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