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Re: VMs: Re: Who got Newbold's papers...?
may have to renew my interests in taking a trip to New England to examine
these documents, perhaps in September? I there are any specific items that
would be of interest, then I propose making a list, perhaps in Wiki. I am
thinking of going to Beineke, the Grolier Club, the Marshall Library, and
the U. of Penn. This would be your chance to submit your
recommendations/requests so that the trip is as fruitful as possible. If the
VMs is undergoing restoration, then perhaps I will have to wait until it is
again ready for viewing (and smelling; garlic?).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Pelling" <incoming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 11:38 AM
Subject: Re: VMs: Re: Who got Newbold's papers...?
> Hi everyone,
> At 09:50 03/07/2004 -0700, Dana Scott wrote:
> >The following is additonal information provided in "The Cipher of Roger
> >Bacon", by William Romaine Newbold, edited by Roland Grubb Kent
> >published by University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, reprinted by
> >Sacred Science Library, pp.xxvi-xxvii)
> Thanks, Dana - that list would be extremely interesting to compare with
> actual contents of Newbold's boxes... :-)
> Cheers, ......Nick Pelling.....
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