|Revd. Denis Collins
1792.08/1/1843 Letter of Miss E. MacSweeny, Calcutta, to Revd D. Collins, Mallow. The first person she met in Calcutta was the Archbishop who 'did not deem it wise or prudent to have the garrison (where his brother is) stormed by one of his fair women.' He sent her to the Loreto convent instead. She eats with the boarders at the head of the table as the monitor, but gets wine and desert which they do not. 'His Grace intends to make a nun of me', 6 December 1843.
A specific reference number precedes a description of the document. This, together with the main reference number, is needed to call up each document
|Cloyne Diocesan Archive (RC)
|Cloyne Diocesan Office Bishop's Palace Spy Hill Cobh County Cork
|Repository Web Address