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IRELAND AND THE POPE M. PERSICO'S REPORT

[PM rE«SB XBBOOUnOW.] .; s Boxa; Deotmbtt II*:: r Monsignor Persico, Papal delegate to Ireland, has reported to Rome that the '. Protestant authorities have no sympathy for the Catholic population, and will . never convince the people that such proceedings aB the plan of oampain are immoral. He finds that the Pope it generally suspected of being under the influence ■ sof the English Tories. ' Agrarian ■- outrages and boycotting^ " though highly immoral practices, are Mons. Persico thinks,, inevitable m the ' present excited state of feeling. He concludes his report with the expression of opinion that sooner or later it will '. become necessary to satisfy the political aspirations of the people of Ireland. * ' ■ .

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IRELAND AND THE POPE M. PERSICO'S REPORT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2015, 17 December 1888

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IRELAND AND THE POPE M. PERSICO'S REPORT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2015, 17 December 1888

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