The Philosophical Magazine has received a copy of the Correspondence of Sir Isaac Newton with Professor Cotes and others: 'I feel a serious responsibility, - in the first place that it should not fail to obtain a suitable Notice in some early number of the journal; - and, next, that the tone and temper of the notice should accord with the views which were maintained in the Philosophical Magazine on the occasion of the publication of the Flamsteed Letters [Francis Baily ed., 'An account of the Rev. John Flamsteed, the first Astronomer-Royal, compiled from his own manuscripts, and other authentic documents, never before published', 1837]. Could WW offer 'advice or assistance on this occasion in obtaining a Notice (whether short or long) worthy of the subject, and, in the main congenial with my own views'. From what RT can judge 'Mr. Edleston's Volume is most valuable and interesting, and deserving of a Notice which should be highly commendatory'.