Hermes Stella: Notes and Jottings Upon the Bacon Cipher
Health Research Books, 1996 - 200 pages
1890 a collection of rough notes and jottings on the claim to the discovery of a secret cipher in the plays know as Shakespeare's. This is another book of facts bearing on the Bacon-Shakespeare controversy, which cost the author years of toilsome resear.
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1640 Advancement 1671 Resuscitatio 1st K. H. IV 36 plays 36th Apophthegm 36th star 36th words 3rd columns a a pass Accusativo add the column Advancement of Learning Advt agrees Analogy Analoyy Anon Augmentis Bacon I warrant Bacon wrote Bacon's name Book Bacon 267 Catalogue Christian name cipher collusion collate column number Comedies congruity correct Csesar Deficients Directly edition exactly example false paging find Bacon find the word Folio plays Francis Bacon Gammon of Bacon Gilbert Wats giving Grammatical Philosophy Hang Hog hang'd Hany Hoy hint Hog Hanged Hog is Latin identified italic number italic words italicising King Henry Latin for Bacon Lord Notes of Things numbers 35 pages 53 Philosophical Grammar play numbers posthumous preface pronoun proof published Rawley Resus scene sequence Shakespeare Shakespeare's age Sir Nicholas Bacon story subtract Thinys thou translation Troilus and Cressida word Bacon word Hanged words in italics