The First World War
War Diary of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Transcription by Captain Michael O'Leary, The RCR.

NOVEMBER 1918

APPENDIX 1
SECRET
Copy No. ___

5th November, 1918.

The R.C.R. MARCH ORDER NO. 130.

1.     (a)     The Battalion will move by march to forward area, through VALENCIENNES to-morrow Nov. 6th, 1918.

(b)     The Battalion will parade on the main street ready to move off.

2.     STARTING POINT. V.10.b.9.2.

3.     TIME. 07.00 hours.

4.     ROUTE. VICOIGNE - VALENCIENNES - ONNAING.

5.     ORDER OF MARCH. H.Q., Band., "A", "B", Drums, "C" and "D" Company.
"A" Echelon Transport will accompany Battalion.
Remainder Rear Hqrs. will remain in present area.

6.     DRESS. Battle Order with leather jerkins.

Billetting certificates stating that the Billets have been left in a clean and sanitary condition, signed by a representative of the Town Major, will be handed in to Orderly Room at 06.30 hours.

Officers kits, mess kits, Mens Packs and great-coats and blankets, will be taken to Q.M. Stores by 06.30 hours.

Lewis Guns and Paniers will be loaded on limbers by 19.30 hours to-night.

Officers chargers will report at 06.45 hours.

Issued by Runner at 18.30

(signed)
M.F. Gregg
Lieut.
A/Adjutant The Royal Canadian Regiment.

Copy No. 1. - 7TH C.I.B.
No. 2. - C.O.
No. 3. - 2nd i/c.
No. 4. - "A" Co.
No. 5. - "B" Co.
No. 6. - "C" Co.
No. 7. - "D" Co.
No. 8. - Q.M. & T.O.
No. 9. - M.O.
No. 10. - Scout Officer.
No. 11. - Signal Officer.
No. 12. - R.S.M.
No. 13. - Bandmaster.
No. 14. 15. 16. - War Diary.
No. 17. - File.

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