The following list consists entirely of dates for archaeologic samples from the British Isles measured since about mid-1970 up to June 1974*. The dates were obtained by liquid scintillation counting of benzene using a Model 3315 Packard Tricarb Liquid Scintillation Spectrometer. In general, procedures are as described in the previous date list (R, 1971, v 13, p 157; see also Burleigh, 1972). However, data processing was improved by means of a real-time link with a Hewlett Packard 2100A computer having 32K of core, which accepts readings from the counter at the end of each individual counting period. The computer monitors the accumulated sample counts and reports when the statistical error terms of these have reached previously chosen limits; final dates are then obtained on supplying the appropriate benzene sample weights and isotopic fractionation values. The system maintains a permanent record of all the data obtained from measurement of samples and reference standards and gives warning of any serious changes in counter performance. A full description of the capabilities of this system is given elsewhere (Hall and Hewson, in press). Finally, improvements were made to the bomb used for initial combustion of sample materials (Burleigh, 1974) and a new, stainless-steel, lithium reaction furnace (similar to that described by Polach and Stipp, 1967) was recently installed.