Letter from E.R. Morrissey to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from (E.R. Morrissey), Donabate, to Hagan. Grateful for the invitation, but his doctor prefers a place nearer to home; he might go with P.T.(Keohane). He has been told that Magennis and Ronayne are in Dublin. He still feels quite weak. Some of his illness goes back to his strenuous efforts to pay off parish debts; he tendered account to (Archbishop Byrne); another will have to see the rest of the debts through. Some comments on the new appointment [Nolan to Blessington] judging that 'the poor fool' will have the unenviable task of building a new church, and never dealt with such people before; the farmers' difficulties show up the troubled times they are having.
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