Volume 1: Letters written on active service, A-L, 1914-1919 - Page 345

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to France he has been admitted to Hospital twice & at present he is down at one of the convalescent camps about one Hundred miles from here. Poor old Chas is getting out on Sept 1st so Lizzie wrote & told me. I expect he will be in camp in England a week or Two before coming out here again I will be looking forward to seeing him again. He is one of the best Teen & I am proud of him for carrying that sleeping draft draught of his that he administers to the big cold footed M.P.'s

Well Cheero Harold & look pleasant. I will soon be home & bringing Jack & Chas back with me. Don't forget Mother & Irene. Please help Irene with her correspondence. Au Revoir mon cher frere, Bonne Chance et bonne Sonte. Votre affectueux Frere Alfred xxx

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