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Unsigned notice, Gentleman's Magazine, December 1764

WE congratulate our poetical readers on the appearance of a new poet so able to afford refmed pleasure to true taste as the writer of the Traveller: After the crude and virulent rhapsodies upon which caprice and faction have lavished an unbounded praise, that if known to any future time will disgrace the present, it is hoped this poem will come with some advantage, and that a general encouragement of real merit will shew, that we have not totally lost the power to distinguish it.