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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1st K. H. IV 36th Apophthegm agreeing already Analogy Augmentis Bacon's name Book Cæsar calling Catalogue Christian cipher collate collusion column Comedies congruity connection context convinced correct correspond count Deficients direct Directly double doubt edition English entire error evidence exactly example extraordinary fact false paging figures find the word Folio Francis Gammon of Bacon giving Grammar hand Hang Hog Henry Histories Hog Hanged Hog is Latin identified introduced King Latin for Bacon Look Lord margin mark means method mispaged Nicholas Notes of Things once original page 53 pages 53 pass Philosophy plays Poetry posthumous preface pronoun proof prove published Rawley reader result Resuscitatio scene secret seems sequence Shakespeare showing stands Star story striking subtract suggest translation true turn twice warrant Wats words in italics writes