Among the four or five of London's most distinguished territorial
regiments the Artists' Rifles holds a high place. It is therefore fitting that their already high sense of esprit de corps should be still further strengthened by Colonel May's Memories of the Artists' Rifles (Howlett. 10s.), which contains notes on the regiment's history (in part also pictorially presented), and some reminiscences of its achievements during the War. The book should commend itself to all members of the Corps itself and also to its numerous sympathizers, includ- ing many of other units whom the Artists or its officers helped to train.