The British cruiser H.M.S. Endymion, the likely vessel incorrectly referred to as the
H.M.S. Edymontis by Major Hughes below.
[Courtesy of Gallipoli Association Forum]
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It was a nice day & quiet.
[Courtesy of State Library of New South Wales - William Sparkes diary]
(Captain Alan Percy Crisp, temporary O/C 7th Battery)
The Battery did not fire.
(Major Francis Augustus Hughes, temporary O/C 3rd Field Artillery Brigade)
0930 Party of men on KILID BAHR ROAD SOUTH SECT.going North.
1225 Considerable amount of movement on SQ.38-R-- Troops coming and going from there, apparently messengers.
1700 H.M.S.Edymontis engaged target SQ.58-R-- bursts unobserved from F.C.O.
Owing to misty rain observation difficult during part of afternoon.