24 APRIL 1920, Page 23

Odd Corners of Old London and How to Find Them.

By Reginald Rigby. (J. F. Belmont. Is. net.)—Many Londoners, to say nothing of visitors from the country, will find Mr. Rigby's little book useful and interesting. With his simple sketch- maps and his brief historical notes, any one could find and appreciate the " less well known memorials of that part of Old London which lies to the east of St. Clement Danes Church in the Strand." The surviving remnant of Doctors' Commoha, Bridewell, Cloth Fair, Bunhill Fields, and some of the City churches are among the odd corners to which Mr. Rigby directs

his readers. The book is illustrated with reproductions of old prints.