13 Jun 1916 We heard a rumour out here yesterday about Peace negotiations.

No 58 Batt Bombers
1st L.R.B.

My Dear Mother & Father
Received your letter yesterday, glad to hear all are well at home.

I reckon Peace will be declared before Pat gets his commission through though if he gets it he will have an easier time than while he was sergeant. Jolly pleased to hear Charlie C is looking up well, he’s had to wait a long time for his leave. Your parcel turned up in good condition Sunday many thanks. We heard a rumour out here yesterday about Peace negotiations. What hopes eh? The weather has been rotten of late nothing but rain & cold day & night. Should like to hear from Dad one of these days also Ethel. We are going up the line again in a day or two. By the way have you written to Ginger yet or seen anything of her.

Cheer ho! & kind regards to all neighbours. Trusting this will find all at home still well with love to Ethel & selves.

I remain

Your affect Son
Jack
13 June 1916pg1012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 June 1916pg2013

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