Letter from Seán T. Ó Ceallaigh to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Seán T.(Ó Ceallaigh), 91 (St. Stephen's Green, Dublin), to Hagan. He has returned from Maureen (Ryan)'s mother's funeral in Killorglin; the General (Fr. Magennis) had celebrated a requiem Mass for her in Belfast, where she died. Hoping to arrange a meeting between Magennis and D.(eValera). The latter goes to Belfast on Tuesday; hoping he will not be arrested since the exclusion order against him is still in place- Ó Ceallaigh would then face much work. DeValera was much pleased with Hagan's comments on his recent pronouncement. Mrs. DeValera will visit Sr. Paulinus. The news concerning Melbourne was not covered by the press; it would have caused quite a sensation. Fr. M.J.B.(rowne) was much interested in Hagan's comments on Dr. M.[...] and the Roman question. A review by Fr. Paul W.[...] which slates Dalton's History of the diocese of Tuam might not be published for its lighting up stark inadequacies. The Standing Committee must have met on 86 St. Stephen's Green this time. Not expecting that Traynor can win the seat in North Dublin, but he will do much better than Mrs. Clarke; 'S.(inn) Fein will be angry at his desertion'. Weighing up the odds of starting an evening paper; money is slow coming for the other one; the Leader continues its campaign in favour of D.(eValera). Good wishes.
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