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Non-Irish Jesuit material Haly, Robert, 1796-1882, Jesuit priest
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Latin inscription by Franciseus Syl. O'Mahony SJ

Latin inscription which translates as 'I testify that this dust taken from the tomb of the holy martyrs Fusciani and companions by me on 22 August 1825, to my very dear friend Robert Haly, S.J. I give it as a gift, St. Acheoli – 24 August 1825. Franciseus Syl. O'Mahony SJ'.

Mahony, Francis Sylvester, 1804-1866, priest and humorist

Letter to Robert Haly SJ from F.S. O’Mahony SJ, St Louis College, Aix, in which he describes his journey, and the Jesuit college

Letter to Robert Haly SJ (1st year theology) Fribourg, Switzerland from F.S. O’Mahony SJ, St Louis College, Aix, in which he describes his journey from Lyons to Avignon and Aix, the Jesuit College at Aix which ‘contains 300 boys & 20 ecclesiastiques…we have here 9 priests & 12 scholastics’ and his current work editing ‘a Selection from the minor greek Poets’. Includes a rough sketch of the plan of the College.

Mahony, Francis Sylvester, 1804-1866, priest and humorist

Letter to Robert Haly SJ from F.S. O'Mahony SJ, St Louis College, Aix, describing meeting a priest from Clonakilty and his holiday

Letter to Robert Haly SJ, Fribourg, Switzerland from F.S. O'Mahony, SJ, St Louis College, Aix. Describes meeting a priest from Clonakilty in the Grey Friars monastery in Aix, provides news of their mutual ‘old friends in Picardy’, describes his fortnight’s villa (holiday) at Amiens, his surroundings in Provence and states that there are 1050 boys and 63 Jesuits ‘without counting laybrothers and employe(e)s’ at St Acheul.

Mahony, Francis Sylvester, 1804-1866, priest and humorist