25 OCTOBER 1902, Page 23

The' Story of a Living Temple. By Frederick M. Rossiter,

M.D., and Mary Henry Rossiter, A.M. (Fleming H. Revell. 3s. 6d. net.)—This is a description in popular and picturesque lin- guage of the human body. If it could be so edited as to get quit of what we cannot help regarding as mischievous errors, it might well be useful. The. authors are vegetarians ; they denounce tea and coffee, and of course tobacco and alcohol,—this denunciation being made with an irritating cocksureness. Putting these things aside,"there is much that is instructive in the volume.