Volume 1: Letters written on active service, A-L, 1914-1919 - Page 60
of us that never in any of his records can you find a trace or mention of any disparaging remark as to our faulty discipline. After all it is the results that count and surely we have achieved our purpose in so far as we have gone.
I freely admit Mr Bartlett has spoken in the most eulogistic terms of we sons of the Southern Cross which is duly appreciated by us one and all but not in the same measure as an Article of Bean's where praise is bestowed where deserved and discredit shewn when occasion demands.
With many thanks dear Wal for your letter and my love to Elsie for the sox most welcome of articles not forgetting the son and heir
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