In the afternoon I went out with a few bearers to the lancs.
These two battalions, finely handled by Col. Butler, of the lancs.
Since that time gueneei has been found in some numbers on the lancs.
Regiments had a quiet time, but “D” Company attached to the lancs.
On our left was the Essex Regiment, while on our right were the lancs.
Pirie, M.O. to the lancs, has just looked us up and reports no progress here.
As soon as brigades were fitted out they lost no time in moving forward into the war zone, commencing with the lancs.
On the afternoon of the 18th the 16th Brigade captured Radinghem, the two battalions chiefly concerned being the 2nd lancs.