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here, for we all savour so much of the bestial that a simile might be drawn between man and horse, a good horse or a good man will work, fight or do whatever he is called upon to do and do it well, but a jibbing horse and cur man will do nothing that is good and are so unreliable that the driver will sooner or later discover to his cost he has been sold, and picture to yourself just what that would mean here at the Front. We want men yes more and more and more again and if we are to succeed must have the Reinforcements to fill in the gaps for we fellows that are left cannot hope to go on unharmed for the whole campaign.

We know only too well that the party responsible

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