Letter from M.J. Curran to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Curran, Michael J.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from M.(J. Curran), Rome, to Hagan. The two students left; remarks about their respective health. At length commenting on meeting Canice [O'Gorman] and finding opposing views on the Free State representative's close association with the legate, Curran preferring not to meet Bewley privately for the time being. Canice believed that Bewley had to take over things from the English, necessitating that co-operation. Bewley and Walsh called to the Irish College; during the preceding week they had met Randall repeatedly, also on the occasion when Paschal Robinson confirmed his daughter. However, Randall warned Bewley about being seen near the British legation and treated him rather coolly. All go to Canice tomorrow, except Curran, Magennis, and McGrath. He will see Cerretti to ask about the uncertain appointment of a nuncio to the Free State; the Vatican is too busy with the Quirinal at present. Bewley seems nice; they did not touch on politics; Canice of course is in great excitement. An agency matter. Tizi reports that great parts of the clergy have become very skeptical about the Quirinal treaty, particularly over the matter of the oath to the government. Grateful he called on his mother.
For more information about copyright for materials within the repository, please consult https://www.library.georgetown.edu/copyright/digitalgeorgetown.
Is Part Of
The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Letter from M.J. Curran to Hagan Curran, Michael J.; Hagan, John, 1873-1930; DigitalGeorgetown; Pontifical Irish College (1919-12-27)