Today I located an additional “Printer’s Note” that should have appeared in last week’s post.
[12 March 1754]
The Printer acknowledges the Receipt of Peter Hemp’s Letter, and will soon give it a Place in his Paper. He has also received other Letters, some of which he takes the Liberty to lay aside, because he will insert nothing that can be construed as Personal Reflections, others will be taken proper Notice of.
The ingenious Author of an allegorical POEM, intitled, the TEMPLE OF HAPPINESS, may be assured that his Correspondence will be extremely agreeable: He is thank’d for what he has already sent, and shall be gratified.