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CHAPTER XV

come in pretty useful for purposes of deduction. The great thing was to get it all down as it happened. He could sum it up later. Up till last half he had also kept a brief summary of expenditure on the back pages, but he had given this up recently, except where some figure seemed of striking interest. Now he wrote in a small spiky hand :

" Company parade morning. Sausages and mash dinner. Route march afternoon. V. steep hills. Back tea 5 o'clock. Got leave and to Tidworth in evening with Peter, Oliver, Featherstone. Lift in lorry. Skittles Hotel. Had two ports in bar. Dinner, soup, salmon, meat, and cheese. 5s. 6d. Had one whisky. Back to bar and smoked cigar. Featherstone had six whiskies for bet. Mobbed Magnafieldians in road. Back to camp by last post. Featherstone v. sick. Fine and sunny."

He buttoned up the diary in the breast pocket of his tunic and got out a pad of writing paper. He found a pencil and began a letter to his mother :

" DEAR Mum,-I hope you are having better weather than we are here. It is drizzling and there is no parade. Breakfast was fat bacon again and it will be nice to get back to Anglersmead. How is the Cormorant ? Peter says he is looking forward to a sail. We hope to arrive on Wednesday in time for lunch, but the trains are rotten from Tidworth. I will let you know exact time later. The cake you sent was splendid. I gave some to Peter and Oliver. I told you before it is very hilly here, which is a bore for operations and route marches. Last night I went into Tidworth with Oliver, Peter, and Featherstone, and on the way back we mobbed some Magnafieldians. The bugle has just gone for dinner, so I must stop.
" Your loving son,
DENIS."

The rest of the morning Denis spent making pencil sketches of the members of the tent. The rain had proved a minor blessing. After a rather better dinner than usual,

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