1910. The mighty author of the immortal plays was gifted with the
most brilliant genius ever conferred upon man. He possessed an
intimate and accurate acquaintance, which could not have been
artificially acquired, with all the intraiccies and mysteries of
court life. He had by study obtained nearly all the learning that
could be gained from books. And he had by travel and experience
acquired a knowledge of cities and of men that has never been
surpassed. Who was in existence at that period who could by any
possibility be supposed to be this universal genius? A man known to
us under the name of Francis Bacon. Partial Contents: Monument,
Bust and Portrait; Shakespeare's Correspondence; Bacon acknowledged
to be a Poet; Author revealed in the Sonnets; and more.
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