Fragment Memorandum by [...] on Mansion House Demonstration
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Fragment of copy typescript [memorandum] by [...], stating the success of the assembly and demonstration at the Mansion House against conscription [18 April 1918]. Quoting from an article in The Times of 24 April that comments on the peacefulness of the event and contrasts that with its disquieting implications: 'one never despairs of Ireland, but she has never given her LOYAL SONS (?) more cause for despondency than now' [question-mark inserted by author]. Also stating that The Times took recourse again to 'the three-century old bogey of NO POPERY'. Promising more if required.
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The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)