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Brothers William Andrew and Robert Wishart leave Hazebrouck at 10 a.m. and march with the Liverpool Scottish for Bailleul, where they arrive at 4 p.m. and go into billets. Meanwhile on the front line at Festubert, the Germans can still be heard digging in front of the Seaforth Highlanders position and having made it through another uncomfortably cold night, 677 Pte. Henry Gray Wishart counts himself lucky (or unlucky) not to be among the increasing numbers of men falling sick from exposure to the elements.
In Edinburgh a 6-year-old lad named James Wishart is knocked down on the street by a motor bus. He was the son of a local police constable, also named James Wishart, and his wife Helen Colville. He dies later on of his injuries at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]