The Dublin Review: January to June, 1919 (Classic Reprint)
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|Excerpt from The Dublin Review: January to June, 1919
Wiseman that any addition to our knowledge of his work can hardly fail to be of interest. Quite recently a great many letters written by him, when he was Arch bishop oi Westminster, have come to light in the Vener able English College at Rome, and the Rector has placed them in my hands. They were written by the Cardinal to Monsignor Talbot, who occupied a confidential position at the Vatican during the whole of the time from the re-establishment of the English Hierarchy to Wise man's death, and they were intended to give Pope Pius IX, through Talbot, an account of the progress of religion in England.
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