359. To Biggs and Cottle [Addressed by D. W.] Messrs Biggs & Cottle, Printers | St Augustine's Back | Bristol Single sheet MS. Yale University Lib. Pub. with omis. Wordsworth Poet. Works, ii. 111. Coleridge's memorandum appears on a manuscript sheet containing copies of several of Wordsworth's poems in Dorothy's handwriting. Stamped: Keswick. [Circa 17 October 1800] 1 To the Printer. The poems beginning at 'It was an April Morning:' -- are to have a separate Title page & advertisement. The Title Page to be Poems on the Naming of Places. 2 The Advertisement as follows: Advertisement. By Persons resident in the country & attached to rural Objects, many places will be found unnamed or of unknown names, where little Incidents will have occurred, or feelings been experienced, which will have given to such places a private & peculiar Interest. From a wish to give some sort of record to such Incidents or renew the gratification of such Feelings Names have been given to Places by the Author & some of his Friends -- & the following Poems written in consequence. -----