with the world and found a message waiting for me to the effect that I was to pack and clear out at once. In quarter of an hour I had changed and packed and was seated on a taxi on my way to Bde. Hqrs. I like these short notices. Much better than hanging about. Four of us are going back to France together. Arrived in London about 8.15 and I put up at this little joint here near Victoria Station.
I leave by the 7.35 train for Folkestone. I was rather disappointed yesterday at not being able to attend the Mess at the hospital but