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Author: Samuel TimminsJ E CarpenterIgnatius DonnellyNathaniel HolmesC M InglebyAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Letters, postcards, clippings, pamphlets and other material compiled by Samuel Timmins. (1-21) Letters and postcards written to Timmins and W.H. Wyman. Correspondents include: C.M. Ingleby, Ignatius Donnelly, W.H. Wyman, and George James. The letters primarily discuss the Bacon-Shakespeare question and Donnelly's cipher. (5) From Ignatius Donnelly to Timmins includes a photograph portrait of Donnelly. (6) is a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Advertisements
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Named Person: Samuel Timmins; Ignatius Donnelly; Nathaniel Holmes; C M Ingleby; George James; Henry Pott, Mrs.; W H Smith; William Southern; James Spedding; W H Wyman; Francis Bacon; George Parker Bidder; Ignatius Donnelly; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Timmins; J E Carpenter; Ignatius Donnelly; Nathaniel Holmes; C M Ingleby; George James; A Nicholson; Henry Pott, Mrs.; Joseph Gilpin Pyle; W H Smith; William Southern; James Spedding; A Pimpleton Spoffkins; L H Stevens; W H Wyman; R. S. Peale & Co.
OCLC Number: 471809276
Notes: Letters sent from Hastings, MN, Wallingford, PA, London, and Birmingham to Coventry and Cincinnati, OH.
Description: 33 items.

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Letters, postcards, clippings, pamphlets and other material compiled by Samuel Timmins. (1-21) Letters and postcards written to Timmins and W.H. Wyman. Correspondents include: C.M. Ingleby, Ignatius Donnelly, W.H. Wyman, and George James. The letters primarily discuss the Bacon-Shakespeare question and Donnelly's cipher. (5) From Ignatius Donnelly to Timmins includes a photograph portrait of Donnelly. (6) is a letter-less envelope from Wyman to Timmins. (11) Includes a ticket for "Samuel Timmins and Lady" to a meeting of the Bacon Society at the Westminster Town Hall on April 17, 1888. (15) Includes a clipping concerning the mathemethician George Parker Bidder's examination of Donnelly's cipher. (16) Includes a newspaper clipping from the Daily inter ocean with a cartoon depicting Donnelly as a pig. (21) Consists of sixteen letters pinned together from George James (to Timmins?) and entitled "A 'Bacon' Lunatic." (22) Is a printed circular letter from Mrs. Henry Pott, dated January 30, 1889, disparaging the creation and use of facsimile copies of the first folio for cryptographers, since the process eliminates valuable manuscript marks. (23) A printed broadside containing "All Hail to the Shrine," a song by J.E. Carpenter criticising Donnelly. (24) A printed advertisment of R.S. Peale & Co. Publishers for The great cryptogram by Ignatius Donnelly featuring excerpts from reviews by mathematicians, authors, senators, and journalists. (26) Notebook of copies of letters, 1864-1866, from Nathaniel Holmes and W.H. Smith to James Spedding. (27) 26 newspaper clippings pertaining to Donnelly. (28) Two copies of Bacon out-Shakespeared! by A. Pimpleton Spoffkins, London: T. Rodd, 1887. (29) The true cryptogram of Francis Bacon, by L.H. Stevens, Philadelphia: Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1887. (30) The little cryptogram : Lord Bacon's prophecy concerning Ignatius Donnelly by J. Gilpin Pyle, St. Paul: Pioneer Press Co., 1888. (31) No cipher in Shakespeare, by Rev. A. Nicholson, LL.D., London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1888. Includes four newspaper clippings and three printed circular letters from William Southern all pertaining to the activities of Rev. Nicholson as well as another pamphlet entitled A reply answered: the hon. Ignatius Donnelly's reply to my "refutation," replied to by the Rev. A. Nicholson, LL.D., Stratford-on-Avon: Edward Fox, 1889. (32) Raleigh wrote Shakespeare or, the grate crab-tree-cram, Glasgow: David Robertson & Co., 1888. (33) The Bacon-Shakespeare controversy: a plea for the plaintiff, vol. I-III, Birmingham: The Midland Educational Company, Limited and Walter Husband, 1894-1895.

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