23rd June 1916

At sea. Left Sheerness 3 a.m. in company of two destroyers. Needless to say we were sorry to leave this place for the “miserable North”. Our sick list is quickly developing and today we have 3 bed cases, also about a dozen attending. Plenty of work to do without having patients to attend to. The painters left their trade marks behind and it is a nice job getting spots of paint off places where paint should not exist. General Quarters was thrown in this morning just to make things a little busier still.

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