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Date: September 7th 1916

Sep 7th 16

Dear Father

I suppose you have been expecting a letter from me for quite a few days. There is not much news but I knew you would like to hear from me. I have just written home to mother today. So there is no need to send this out to her. Will you let Doris know that you heard from me. I sent a p.c. to the postmaster of the 29th asking him to hold all my mail ‘till I rejoin them. So you can address me there as you did before.

Edwin Davey is here in camp, but I haven't seen him yet.

Did you get the parcel I mailed you from Hythe?

Well for a few days bye bye. Will drop a line soon.

Your affectionate Son,