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The Melbourne Express
Sund. Sept 27 1914

Dear Aunt Amy,
I wanted to get across & see you before I left today – but I only had two days altogether to get ready in & the rush at the last was too heavy. I hope to get back to Sydney again, and if I do, of course yours will be the first visit that I shall make – If I don't manage it, give my love to Joan & to Nancy & to Old Claude, and accept lots of it for yourself. I hope the arrangement at the little house will continue – it is such a very happy one. You'll look in & see Mother wont you – Goodbye – in case I dont see you to say it. I hope I'll see your Jack over there. Write (or get mother to write) & tell me the regiment he's going with.

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