CollectionPapers of Judge John O'Hagan (1822-1890)

30 Letter of condolence to Mrs O'Hagan from David Pigot, who writes of her late husband, 'Our intimacy had continued unbroken for more than forty five years.. .His bright and clear intellect, his wealthy store of knowledge, his prowess of communicating the results of both by word and writing, his fertile and poetic imagination, and (above all) his absolute goodness made me from the beginning ... give him that rank in my regard and affection which has remained (unchanged).. .to this day,' 9 December 18[90].

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Death of O'Hagan, 1890-1894.

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