John Prebble, Mutiny (Pp. 542, £ 1.25). An account of mutinies by High- land regiments between 1743 and 1804. Frances Yates, Astraea (Pp. 233, £ 2.50). Studies on the 'imperial theme' and the imagery of imperial promise that surrounded European monarchy in the sixteenth century. Richard Pipes, Russia under the Old Regime (Pp. 361, £ 2.00). A survey of the Russian state and the evolution of Russian society from the ninth century to the 1880s. Franz Schurmann and Orville Schell (eds.), China Readings: Vol. I, People's China (Pp. 299, 80p); Vol. II, Republican China (Pp. 382, 95p); Vol. Ill, Communist China (Pp. 647, £ 1.35); Vol. IV, People's China (Pp. 667, £ 1.95). Four volumes of 'readings', from primary and secondary sources, on Chinese politics, ideology, society and culture, from the rise of the Manchu dynasty to the Cultural Revolution. Dick Wilson, The Long March (Pp. 380, £ 1.25), the first full-length account of the 6,000-mile march of the Chinese Communists in 1934-35 that fatally undermined the Kuomintang regime. The editors gratefully acknowledge receipt of exchange copies of the following journals: Irish Historical Studies, XX, No. 77 (March 1976), and XX, No. 78 (September 1976). Revue Romaine d'Histoire, Tome XV, Nos. 3-4 (Juillet-Decembre 1976) and Tome XVI, Nos. 1-4 (Janvier-Decembre 1977), published by the Académie des Sciences Sociales et Politiques de la République Socialiste de Roumanie, Bucharest.