Fragment Letter from P.T. Keohane to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
[Fragment] holograph letter from P.T.K.(eohane) of M.H. Gill &Son Ltd., Dublin, to Hagan. Protesting that he never allows others to sing his praise but instead lets 'every one wack off with the credit' [concerning work for the Catholic Bulletin]. Expressing his respect for their friend in Sydney [coadjutor Archbishop Sheehan] who only seeks to pursue his studies; glad that Hagan is backing him. There are a number of rumours abroad about him; Dr. McGrath is said to be called to Sydney (portion missing here). 'Brewery' (Fr. Morrissey) and 'Brosna' (Fr. O'Flanagan) just called.
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