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About 8 p.m. the unloading party from the 53rd Bn. relieved us and we turned in and had an undisturbed night's rest. Our men have thoroughly [unreadable] enjoyed themselves on the job. They simply walked on to a train and literally threw things off bodily. Waggons limbers and cookers were all the same to them. Every thing was landed quickly and safely to the cry of   "Let her go."
28th We left Bertry this morning at 8 A.M. in battle order Captain Benson very sensibly having arrived by motor lorry to Rejet about 14 kilometres

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