Agricultural History Review (The journal of the British Agricultural History Society) Published since 1953 The BAHS has a worldwide membership of around 1,000 consisting of people from all walks of life. It holds two conferences a year in April and December, and exists to further the study of rural history from the earliest times to the present day. Each issue of the Review contains five or six major articles and extensive book reviews. The Society aims to encourage innovation within the subject and this is reflected in the contents of its journal, which appears in March and September. Recent issues have included: Pre-Conquest Woodland: Its Distribution and Usage by DeMo Hooke Agricultural Science in Eighteenth-century Scotland by Charles Withers Harvest fluctuations in Pre-Famine Ireland by Peter Solar The Agrarian History of Spain 1900-1960 by Joseph Harrison The Agrarian History of England and Wales by Bruce Campbell Future issues will include: The Woodland Economy of Kent by K. Witney The Manorial Agriculture of Medieval Britain by J. Pretty Production and Trade in Garden Seeds by Malcolm Thick The Foldcourse System in West Sussex by Mark Bailey The Diary of James Warne 1758 by Gordon Mingay The Society also publishes occasional supplements of around 15,000 words on topics of special interest. Membership of the Society is open to all for an annual subscription of £ 10. Full details can be obtained from the Treasurer: Ted Collins Museum of English Rural Life, P.O. Box 229 The University, Whiteknights Reading RG6 2AG.