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[Wednesday 5 July 1916]
Recd. Letters
[Following paragraph crossed out]
Mail arrived- Mother           May 27
                    Joe                     21/5/16
                    Day                    May 14, 27th
Mrs Ainslie Mills & Cutting Paper Diary jumps from March 24 to April 3rd evidently intended to be included in Queen Business-
Many thanks for all
Khaki shirt not here yet will be acceptable on arrival. Think all rot about lonely soldier biz only on the make I get plenty- you know the saying-

"If men don't love & go to War
"What do they get their manhood for"
That Queen business reads very funnily, it must have meant 'a heap of work.

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