|Most Reverend John Dixon Archive
Letter of Sister M.P. Maguire, St Paul's Convent of Mercy, Crumlin Road, Belfast, addressed to Most Reverend Dr Dixon, 'I received your very kind letter, enclosing Dr Dowley's decision on yesterday and beg to assure you I feel that it is justice and charity itself, and well worthy of the kind and holy heart that dictated it. (With regard to what has been alleged as to my entering into a contract or arrangement with Mr Flanagan that could deprive Mrs Vigne of the right and power to claim or recover the arrears of interest due to her by Mr Flanagan. I can most sincerely assure you, that neither Mrs Flanagan nor I have done so. We have urged Mr Flanagan to pay the £200 due to this Community, and the Interest he owes on it, for the time Sister M. Raphael has been with us and nothing more)', 11 June 1860.
Note of Most Reverend Dr Dixon - 'I sent Mrs Vine the extract here enclosed'.
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