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Funny you should mention Helen Keller, Pat. It seems that it was the husband of Anne Sullivan who brought the pre-publication information about William Stone Booth to Mark Twain.


Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 3: The Complete and Authoritative Edition (Oakland: University of California Press, 2015), Pages 299-300
by Mark Twain

"Well, two or three weeks from now a bombshell will fall upon us which may possibly woundily astonish the human race! For there is secretly and privately a book in press in Boston, by an English clergyman, which may unhorse Shakespeare permanently and put Bacon in the saddle. Once more the acrostic will be in the ascendant, and this time it may be that some people will think twice before they laugh at it. That wonder of wonders, Helen Keller, has been here on a three days' visit with her devoted teachers and protectors Mr. and Mrs. John Macy, and Macy has told me about the clergyman's book and bound me to secrecy."


Links to some publications of the London Bacon Society.


Journal of the Bacon Society, Volume 1, (London: George Redway,1886-1888), link


Journal of the Bacon Society, Volume 2 (London: Robert Banks, 1888-1891), link



Baconiana, Volume 1 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1893), link

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Baconiana, Volume 2 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1894), link


Baconiana, Volume 3 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1895), link


Baconiana, Volume 4 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1896), link


Baconiana, Volume 5 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1897), link


Baconiana, Volume 6 New Series (London: John Hodges, 1898), link


Baconiana, Volumes 7 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1899), link


Baconiana, Volumes 8 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1900), link


Baconiana, Volumes 9 New Series (London: Robert Banks, 1901), link



Baconiana, Volume 1 Third Series (Lonodn: Gay & Bird, 1903), link


Baconiana, Volume 2 Third Series (Lonodn: Gay & Bird, 1904), link


Baconiana, Volume 3 Third Series (Lonodn: Gay & Bird, 1905), link


Baconiana, Volume 4 Third Series (Lonodn: Gay & Bird, 1906), link


Baconiana, Volume 5 Third Series (Lonodn: Gay & Bird, 1907), link


Baconiana, Volume 6 Third Series (Lonodn: Gay & Bird, 1908), link
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