31 JANUARY 1903, Page 41

dition under the command of General Sir J.. Willoocks as

war correspondent for Black and White. The illustrations of the volume are from photographs, not of very good quality (" The Last Shots" facing p. 78 should be excepted). The letterpress has a certain photographic character. The letters were "intended to consist merely of a series of impressions received during a stay in the Bush." These "impressions" are certainly vivid, but they are scarcely interesting. Mud, mosquitoes, fever, and bad food weary the reader, though doubtless the descriptions of them and the sufferings they produce have their use.