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time goes on. Trains are coming in anyhow. Their scheduled times of arrivals with their loads of troops have been knocked rotten. Accidents have occurred on the line and mines, are (the delay action variety) are still blowing up on the railways.
About 8 P.M. I turned in and was wakened by Capt. Benson at 9 P.M. who gave me the glad news that a train had arrived and that I had charge of the first unloading party. It was pitch dark and drizzling but the boys turned out and worked with a will. We finished about 10.30 P.M. But the job had not been done smartly enough for our gallant

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