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PRINTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON,
NO. 62, ST. PAUL'S CHURCN-YARD ;
To the Public, and to his poetical Correspondents, the Editor begs leave to return his sincere thanks for their support, and to express his hopes that he shall in future be favoured with as large a portion of it as he has hitherto been.
In order to bring up the arrear of the Poetical Register, the years 1810 and 1811 will be comprised in the eighth volume, which will be published in the course of the ensuing May. As the time fixed for the publication is so near at hand, the Editor earnestly requests his Correspondents to send him their communications as early as possible, addressed to him, to the care of Messrs. Rivingtons. He will likewise thank them to write “ Fugitive,” on such poems as have before appeared in print ; and to retain copies of their coinpositions, as, in consequence of the immense number of pieces which he receives, he cannot undertake to return to their