A Journal especially devoted to forest culture, and forest interests, was the newest venture in rural litera-ture in London a year ago. The first volume has just been completed, and proves to be a great success. No one seemed to think previously to its appearance that a monthly solely devoted to such a specialty could be made so continually interesting as to hold subscribers for any length of time; but the Journal of Forestry in these respects exhibits all the signs of long life and of increasing strength with increasing years.