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September 1917
16 Continued Lt. Clarke met with an accident to-night & was taken away to hospital. I went over & saw Charlie Kay (18th Batn.) who has been up on this front three days.
17th We are still working on the huts & have finished 18. The 6th Batn moved out & the 8th London Reg. came in, on their way out of the line & are staying for the night.
18th We continued with the huts to-day & the 5th Batn took over the huts when the "Londons" left. Fritz was giving us a fair amount of Shrapnel during the day but his range was a little over estimated & very few casualties were caused. Early this morning all our artillery gave Fritz an hours barrage. Over twenty prisoners passed us to-day. (Every day there have been on an average of 10 passed us on there way to the "cage")

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