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laid down in our platoons so that we could unpile arms and move straight off.
Nobody was allowed to leave camp to go into Shaftesbury, * but the boys took it into their heads to go in, so they went, despite the efforts of the M.P's, pickets and appeals from the Brigade Major so in the finish they had to declare an "open camp".

22nd The next night we

* Shaftesbury should read Blandford

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