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enjoy the books, Darling. Mr. Sparks has lent me some books to read-one is "British Soldier" (same as yours from Betty) I read this book this morning-not very thoroughly-but I quite enjoyed it-interesting never knew there had been so many battles. We have certainly pulled through in a most remarkable way. I like the reading on page 18 Wolfe-and his instructions for young officers-don't you? I'm sure you are in absolute agreement with Wolfe. Darling-this morning your letter (posted in London)

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enjoy the books, Darling. Mr. Sparks has lent me some books to read-one is "British Soldier" (same as yours from Betty) I read this book this morning-not very thoroughly-but I quite enjoyed it-interesting never knew there had been so many battles. We have certainly pulled through in a most remarkable way. I like the reading on page 18 Wolfe-and his instructions for young officers-don't you? I'm sure you are in absolute agreement with Wolfe. Darling-this morning your letter (posted in London)