199. To Thomas Poole Address: Mr T. Poole MS. British Museum. Pub. E.L.G. i. 80. Wednesd. July. [26?] 1797 My dear Poole If you are at leisure, will you send by Nanny the Coat &c, which you mentioned to me -- as I wish to have it made fit for me by next Sunday -- Sara bids me likewise remind you of some Stockings, half silk & half-cotton, which you could not wear / -- ---- You shall be my Elijah -- & I will most reverentially catch the Mantle, which you have cast off. ---- Why should not a Bard go tight & have a few neat things on his back? Ey? -- Eh! -- Eh! God bless you | & S. T. Coleridge