FRIDAY, JULY 14th

A charming letter from Mrs. Horner. I only let the Coy. officers go over the parapet; M.G. Signaller, Bomber, remained to organize the supplies of ammunition, etc., to be sent up. They were very angry, but I’m thankful I did. The Push, as far as the big gains go, has ended. It succeeded where there was surprise. Now the Germans are reinforcing there. However, it’s been a great buck up, and will continue, I expect, but I fear they won’t get through, though they may. Weather lovely today, warm, but cloudy. We had strawberries today for the first time.

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