was still here as his condition is too serious to allow of his being moved farther.
I also found that nearly all the Hqrs. staff of the Bn. were here also, all suffering from gas poisoning.
I must not forget to mention here that four of my boys were complimented by bde. Hqrs. for gallant conduct during the shelling.
We dragged through the night and early in the morning were placed aboard an Amb. Train.
Nurses on the Amb. Train looked after us carefully on the way down to Rouen. I don't think there is anything