16th June 1917

At sea. The ​Isis​ with a convoy passed us in the night bound for England. I bet they are happy on the ​Isis​ for she has not been home for 2½ years, although there are not many of the original crew left in her.

We have slowed down to 12 knots and will, I understand, continue the journey at that speed.

The patient we had to look after slept the whole night and as he seemed quite O.K. this morning he was discharged to duty.

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