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MS. 55890, f. I. A second state ofthe notice was prepared after Mrs Yeats had settled on the name Coole Edition. It was printed on the ivory paper chosen for the volumes themselves. A fragment of it (the first half of abifolium, printed on both sides) is filed at BL Add. MS. 55890, f. 3. It might actually have been issued. I ts blurb ran: 'THE COOLE EDITIO;,\T / OF / THE WORKS OF / W. B. YEATS / MESSRS. MACMILLAN will have ready for publication this autumn a complete and definitive edition ofthe writings ofWILLIAM BUTLER YEATS, to be known as THE COOLE EDITION.
All this was done without reference to Mrs Yeats or A. P. Watt. ' worked without any clear idea ofwhat he was doing, but, following the Macmillan 'Preliminary Notice', he was also able, for the most part, to put the two volumes of poems back into the chronological arrangement of the Coole Edition on new lists drawn up at this time (HRHRC, Box 4, Mise. ). L. Add. MS. 55830 f. L. Add. MSS. 55830, f. 334; 55833, f. 223; 55834, ff. 522-3). By February 20, 1940, Lovat Dickson of Macmillan had told Charles Kingsley of Scribner's Sons that the Coole Edition had been indefinitely postponed.
Abkhaz by B. G. Hewitt