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The Battalion relieved the 13th Kings Royal Rifle Corps in the trenches; the first platoon entering at 17:45 hrs, and the relief being completed by 20:00hrs. Except No 4 (left) Company, all Companies had to proceed largely on top. The trenches were found in a better, though not in a good condition. Trenches 68 ad 59 were notably bad and impassable. The enemy showed unusual inactivity and were possibly also carrying out a relief. Captain George William Ainsworth evacuated as sick.

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