up with life.
Bob’s brother Harold came to see him from London and we three went and had tea at the A.B.C. together.
On Oct. 10th. we heard that Antwerp had fallen.
Next day being Sunday, Rees, George, the Corporal, and I went to the Presbyterian Church in Croydon, and there made the acquaintance of the minister’s wife Mrs. Crombie, who invited us to go up to tea, and desiring a change from the waiting room fare, we went and enjoyed ourselves very much. I might mention here that I kept up a correspondence with this good lady, and received many gifts from her especially when I was in Dublin.
In the evening of the same day I went to hear the Rev. Major Scott preach who used to be at Rake Lane, and after the service went and had a chat with him.
The minister’s wife Mrs. Crombie invited us to tea