The Munro Letters 1914 - 1917 : Letters Home from the Front - World War I
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Melville writes to his mother from Epsom, having finally being released from quarantine. He tells his mother about his travel plans for visiting Ireland, as well as his hopes that the war will end very soon.
Wooderill Park
Oct. 27, 1918.

Dear Mother,
Since I last wrote I have not got any mail from home. We are out of quarantine now and I am going on leave to Ireland to-morrow. I will see Brock to-morrow afternoon in London if everything goes well and we leave London at about 8:30 P.M. I am not sorry to be leaving Epsom because it is absolutely dead but I sure have had a good rest.
I will get my picture taken while on leave and send it as soon as possible. I will be going to the 3rd C.C.D. at Seaford and from there to the M.G. Depot and by the time the war will be over.
I will write from Ireland and tell you all about it.

Love to all,
Your Loving Son,
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