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) [Dublin], to Hagan. Expressing his worries about Cáit's health. Agreeing entirely in his great esteem for P.T.(Keohane). The latter was surprised about 'our friend of Sydney' either coming to Dublin or being sent north; both agreed they would rather see [Hagan] to be transferred to the vacant place north, or to assist his ailing colleague in Dublin. Regretting that the man in S. [...] did not stick it, probably in view of the big event. He noted Hagan's remarks about the missioners and will try to call attention to them soon; he need not bother about the paper proposition at the moment. Commenting on [C.] whom he asked to write a letter; speculating that 'the Tiger's successor' [...] inaugurates his reign by opening the doors. Recommending an article in the New York Monitor on the Sinn Fein ardfheis. Doubting that D(eValera)'s progress in the U.S.A. will be as fruitful as last time. While it is no clear whether C(osgrave) has just gone to improve relations between the nations, it seems that Cumann na nGaedhael are sen- ding a delegation for much-needed fund-raising. Supposing that Hagan's time of visiting Ireland will depend on D(eValera)'s reply. Agreeing that 'Dr. K.' [...] is safe but judging him rather ineffectual. Then stating that the diverse nationalist bodies in the north are seeking to unite – including the Hibernians, disgruntled Free Staters, and Joe D(evlin); they plan to draft a programme and approach F.F.(Fianna Fáil) about it; Fr. Coyle is the go-between. Asking whether Dorothy McArdle has called yet; she is in Italy for six months. Brief mentions of other mutual friends, including Dr. B.[...], Fr. Pat [Murphy], the Aikens, now in France.
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