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why we are forbidden to cross here for there is lots of room on the English boats, and they have offered to take 50 Americans each day. The trip by Le Havre takes 2 days each way, whereas one can go across at this place much quicker. I'd like to be able to get to Stratford on Avon in time for the Shakespeare fete day after tomorrow, but I don't think I can make it. An English officer has just warned me to keep away from Dublin, as the people there can't bear the sight of khaki & that one is in danger of being shot by some tough advocate of Nationalism. It is raw and cold here. I feel sorry for those who are dressed in the Scotch Highlands uniform. I see several here in the club & their knees & legs look red from the