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January 1917
23 24th To-day I was sent away from the hospital at Buir Louis Corbie by motor ambulance to Belview Farm Hospital on the outskirts of Albert & put to bed there. It is a fairly large hospital & filled with Australians & Tommies with "trench feet," influenza, "septic feet," slight wounds, Larringiters, Bronchitas, & pneumonia & a few other minor complaints in the order mentioned. Last night was very cold & there is about 4" of ice on the water.
26th I am still in the same ward & progressing very favourably. Last night & the night before have been bitterly cold & everything is frozen even the medicines in the bottles. There is over 6" of ice on

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