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With the exception of artillery fire, everything was again very quiet, and a patrol which went out from trench 66 at 16:30hrs saw and heard nothing of the enemy. A gun, which had been sending 77mm shells into the lines of No 1 Company, Captain A Caldicott reported to B Battery, 125th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery which opened fire, causing the German gun to cease fire.

Sentries in No 2 Company sector reported a noiseless rifle firing on more than one occasion from the direction of Essarts.

Casualties: Nil

Weather: Frosty.

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