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We regret that despite the tremendous efforts of the Institution staff the issues of The Structural Engineer in the early months of this year were issued late. No fault of theirs; in the new regime copy has to be prepared some three months before publication and this requirement has been consistently bettered by them. However, in drawing your attention to this fact our object is to explain why there is a considerable gap in the time between the date on which you write a letter and that on which you may see it in print. That is why Mr. W. Madeley's comments on the first issue of the new format of the journal is being read by you so late as June. In October 7977 he wrote somewhat critically of the contents of the Journal as did several others over the course of that year, but he now expresses appreciation: 0 welcome journal, thinner now: Your contents suit my lower brow: The articles are much more plain; The envelope I'll use again. Verulam