The 95th Rifles were a remarkable regiment in many respects, but one of the most intriguing was their position on memoirs - they were one of the few regiments to actively encourage their officers and soldiers to write their memories of the wars. Jonathan Leach's recollections are very interesting, and wonderfully laid out in a new setting from Leonaur. They provide a window into the Peninsular Campaign, especially when combined with the memoirs of the enlisted men.
For further reading, I recommend John Kincaid's Adventures in the Rifle Brigade, George Simmon's Lieutenant Simmons of the 95th (Rifles): Recollections of the Peninsula, South of France & Waterloo Campaigns of the Napoleonic Wars. For the Enlisted man's point of view, the classic is of course Benjamin Harris' THE COMPLEAT RIFLEMAN HARRIS - THE ADVENTURES OF A SOLDIER OF THE 95TH (RIFLES) DURING THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN OF THE NAPOLEONIC WARS Costello's Rifleman Costello: The adventures of a soldier of the 95th (rifles) in the Peninsular & Waterloo Campaigns of the Napoleonic Wars and Surtees' SURTEES OF THE 95TH RIFLES - A SOLDIER OF THE 95TH (RIFLES) IN THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN OF THE NAPOLEONIC WARS.
In short, well worth it to anyone interested in the conflict. It also provides a brief but rare glimpse into garrison duty in the West Indies sugar islands - known then as the Fever Islands thanks to the high death rate.