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shed his linen and then invited everyone or everyone to come and try and knock his head off, but there was no response, it was very foggy too, he went to sleep in the mud so we had to drag him home before he froze, next morning we had to move off at 4 am Lord it was cold and they could hardly stand, we marched to the railway, got there at 5.30 and had to wait in the cold and sleet till 11 AM it was awful my feet froze stiff and I didn't care what

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