One of the papers read at the National Forestry Congress has been published in pamphlet form, of which a copy is now before us. It is "on the Culture and Management of our Native Forests," by H. W. S., Cleveland, well known for his intimate knowledge of this subject. It is practical knowledge like this that people want. At the meeting at Rochester it was among the suggestions made that societies should freely issue information of a practical character. Why not begin with a cheap tract like this ?