How satisfied I am things have fallen out as they have
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 Miss Rialls home near Bray.
Father had gone home again after he had seen me through with the operation but he returned to take me home to Birkenhead as my transfer papers had now come through.
Nov 3rd. Der Tag. Left Hospital with Dad at 8 p.m. after saying Goodbye to the Sisters and Boys, receiving many presents from the former and promised to see them when I got my artificial limb.
With what pleasure I look upon my stay at that place. It was indeed Providence that guided me there. They saved my life, and by the greatest care they saved my knee which will be of much value to me. I was treated splendidly throughout and I bless the day I entered that little Auxiliary Hospital.
Names to be remembered:-
Miss Stuart M.A., Sisters Wood,Procter, Acton, M.K.Ball, M.Ball, Moinan, Renny-Tallyour,Three Miss