|Most Reverend John Dixon Archive
Letter of Sister M. de Sales, St Malachy's, Dundalk, addressed to Most Reverend Dr Dixon - relating to the claim of Sister Mary Rose. 'She was professed in Baggot Street and any fortune she got is there. She brought nothing here. Miss Kilkelly's case was quite different. She claimed it was wages due for servitude. I have told the good Dean about it. He wrote me a letter saying he for one would not sanction her return amongst us. Will your Grace kindly give me a letter to that effect and one to Sister M. Rose herself, that I can send her telling her not to return here that you cannot sanction it', 20 October 1861.
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