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Wednesday, 3 January 1917

Still cold & wet. I have plenty of Kit if a man can carry it that is the trouble.
We are off again on another stunt in 12 hours – but hear the infantry are to be given a chance of some fighting this time.

Two A.S.C. men were killed by bombs yesterday. My house of Bags, oil sheet & blankets lets in the wet but I don't take off any clothing you may be sure & we had a Rum issue last night.

[This paragraph crossed through.] Aunt Louise wrote, & so many others it is good of them but I can't possibly answer all.

I get a lot of writing as Adjutant, apart from letters. Have just had a long yarn with Jim Ayre, he wishes to be remembered to you all.

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