Abstract: Letter from Nano Nagle to Miss [Eleanor] Fitzsimons apologising for her lack of contact due to time constraints. Nagle struggles to express her joy on hearing Mary Kavanagh has joined the group bound for Ireland. She communicates that [Fr. Patrick] Doran is eager for the prompt departure of Miss Fitzsimons and the other novices from Paris as he anticipates future opposition on the part of the Superior, "the French lady". Nagle declares her satisfaction with the progress and condition of the house which is being built for the novices. She promises to supply them with every necessity in her power, bearing in mind the limitations of being "in a country [where] we cant doe as we please".
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