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1 hour ago, Eric Roberts said:

I imagine some or most of you have this link already, but if not it's worth bookmarking. An overview of Bacon's works nicely presented.

https://home.hiwaay.net/~paul/outline.html

I always thought so, but the last time I was there, it was no longer accessible without a log-in not available to everyone. Just now, I got a "blocked due to riskware" warning when I tried to open the site. You have no problem reading material there, Eric?

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8 minutes ago, Christie Waldman said:

I always thought so, but the last time I was there, it was no longer accessible without a log-in not available to everyone. Just now, I got a "blocked due to riskware" warning when I tried to open the site. You have no problem reading material there, Eric?

Hi Christie. I had no log-ins, warnings or difficulties on the site - everything normal. If it is unreliable it's a pity as it is a very useful resource.

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  • Light-of-Truth changed the title to An Authorship Analysis Francis Bacon as Shake-speare - Paul J Dupuis Jr.

Paul is well-known to SirBacon.org and has been a contributor for many years. Hiwaay.net was also Penn Leary's hosting when his site was up. It is outdated, but as far as I know not a security risk.

By the way, his name is "Paul Dupuy Jr".

Try this link which is an index with everything he has posted:

https://home.hiwaay.net/~paul/

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Sadly, I believe our Paul J. Dupuy Jr. has passed on into the Oldest Atlantis in 2021.

The website may not be up forever, so I am posting the An Authorship Analysis links below.

 

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    An Authorship Analysis
Francis Bacon as Shake-speare

 

0  Cogency
What's New?
  0.0 Reason, Fallacy, and Proof  
    0.0.0 Essays: Of Truth
    0.0.1 Novum Organum: Preface
    0.0.2 Novum Organum: Book I, Aphorisms 1-68
  0.1 Authorship Ascription  
    0.1.0 Venus & Adonis: "Art thou obdurate, flintie...?"
    0.1.1 Certaine Satyres: The Authour in prayse of his precedent Poem.
    0.1.2 Bacon Family Motto: "Mediocria Firma"
    0.1.3 Venus & Adonis: "honors wracke"
    0.1.4 Certaine Satyres: REACTIO.
    0.1.5 Virgidemiarvm: Lib. II, Sat. I.
    0.1.6 Additional Virgidemiarvm "Labeo" passages
1  Intent    
  1.0 Advancement of Humanity  
    1.0.0 Of the Interpretation of Nature: Proem
    1.0.1 Letter: "to bring about the better ordering of man's life"
    1.0.2 Letter: "my writings should not court the present time"
    1.0.3 A Choice of Emblemes: Scripta manent
    1.0.4 Essays: Of Great Place
    1.0.5 The Life of The Right Honourable Francis Bacon
    1.0.6 Francis Bacon: Viscount St. Alban
  1.1 Pandemic  
    1.1.0 Comments on Variation of Design
    1.1.1 Letter: "I have taken all knowledge to be my province"
    1.1.2 Meditationes Sacrae: Of the Innocency of the Dove
Poesy    
  2.0 Education  
    2.0.0 Wisdom of the Ancients: Preface
    2.0.1 Wisdom of the Ancients: Orpheus; or Philosophy
    2.0.2 Advancement of Learning: History, Poesy, Philosophy (2:1)
    2.0.3 Advancement of Learning: Poesy (2:13)
    2.0.4 Advancement of Learning: Appendices of the Art of Transmission (6:4)
  2.1 Drama  
    2.1.0 Gesta Grayorum Introduction: "contribution to the Gray's Inn revels"
    2.1.1 Gesta Grayorum: The Prince's Council
    2.1.2 Of Tribute: Praise of Knowledge
    2.1.3 Love and Self-love
    2.1.4 Masque of Flowers: Dedication
    2.1.5 Masque of the Inner Temple: Dedication
    2.1.6 Letter: "joint masque from the four Inns of Court"
    2.1.7 Essays: Of Masques and Triumphs
  2.2 Attribution  
    2.2.0 Poems of Edmund Waller: Dedication
    2.2.1 Scourge of Folly: Sr Francis Bacon
    2.2.2 Manes Verulamiani
    2.2.3 Minerva Brittana: Sir Francis Bacon
3  Concealment    
  3.0 Necessity  
    3.0.0 Essays: Of Simulation and Dissimulation
    3.0.1 Letter: "be good to concealed poets"
    3.0.2 Letter: "I think the greatest inquisitor in Spain will allow it"
    3.0.3 Letter: "I will not publish while I live"
    3.0.4 Letter: "communicate them to others according to your discretion"
    3.0.5 Emperor of the East Dedication: "feare to bee censur'd"
  3.1 Pseudonymity  
    3.1.0 Valerius Terminus Preface: "the supposed author"
    3.1.1 Valerius Terminus of the Interpretation of Nature
    3.1.2 Contents page images
    3.1.3 Back cover note
  3.2 Ghostwriting  
    3.2.0 Of Tribute Introduction: "my Lord of Essex his device"
    3.2.1 Love and Self-love Introduction: "My Lord of Essex's device"
    3.2.2 Letter: "Your Majesty's ... servant, Essex"
    3.2.3 Letter: "as in the name of Mr. Anthony Bacon"
    3.2.4 Letter: "framed as from the Earl"
    3.2.5 Sir Francis Bacon His Apologie
    3.2.6 Letter: "Your loving Friend, Francis Walsingham"
  3.3 Attribution  
    3.3.0 To True Nobility
    3.3.2 Letter: "your poetical example"
  3.4 Steganography  
    3.4.0 Early Cryptology
    3.4.1 Baconiana: A False Dated Book
    3.4.2 Advancement of Learning: Knowledge of Cyphers
    3.4.3 Letter: "works of the Alphabet"
4  Players    
  4.0 Shakspere  
    4.0.0 Documentation Detail
    4.0.1 Documentation Summary by Year
    4.0.2 Documentation Summary by Category
    4.0.3 Last Will and Testament
  4.1 Jonson  
    4.1.0 Timber: or, Discoveries: Dominus Verulanus
    4.1.1 Timber: or, Discoveries: De Shake-speare nostrat
    4.1.2 Every Man Out Of His Humour extracts
    4.1.3 Poetaster extracts
    4.1.4 Every Man In His Humour extract
    4.1.5 Seianvs his Fall extracts
    4.1.6 Under-Woods: Lord Bacon's Birth-day
  4.2 Shake-speare  
    4.2.0 Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies Frontmatter
    4.2.1 Shake-speares Sonnets


Paul J. Dupuy, Jr.
paul@hiwaay.net

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3 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

Sadly, I believe our Paul J. Dupuy Jr. has passed on into the Oldest Atlantis in 2021.

The website may not be up forever, so I am posting the An Authorship Analysis links below.

 

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    An Authorship Analysis
Francis Bacon as Shake-speare

 

0  Cogency
What's New?
  0.0 Reason, Fallacy, and Proof  
    0.0.0 Essays: Of Truth
    0.0.1 Novum Organum: Preface
    0.0.2 Novum Organum: Book I, Aphorisms 1-68
  0.1 Authorship Ascription  
    0.1.0 Venus & Adonis: "Art thou obdurate, flintie...?"
    0.1.1 Certaine Satyres: The Authour in prayse of his precedent Poem.
    0.1.2 Bacon Family Motto: "Mediocria Firma"
    0.1.3 Venus & Adonis: "honors wracke"
    0.1.4 Certaine Satyres: REACTIO.
    0.1.5 Virgidemiarvm: Lib. II, Sat. I.
    0.1.6 Additional Virgidemiarvm "Labeo" passages
1  Intent    
  1.0 Advancement of Humanity  
    1.0.0 Of the Interpretation of Nature: Proem
    1.0.1 Letter: "to bring about the better ordering of man's life"
    1.0.2 Letter: "my writings should not court the present time"
    1.0.3 A Choice of Emblemes: Scripta manent
    1.0.4 Essays: Of Great Place
    1.0.5 The Life of The Right Honourable Francis Bacon
    1.0.6 Francis Bacon: Viscount St. Alban
  1.1 Pandemic  
    1.1.0 Comments on Variation of Design
    1.1.1 Letter: "I have taken all knowledge to be my province"
    1.1.2 Meditationes Sacrae: Of the Innocency of the Dove
Poesy    
  2.0 Education  
    2.0.0 Wisdom of the Ancients: Preface
    2.0.1 Wisdom of the Ancients: Orpheus; or Philosophy
    2.0.2 Advancement of Learning: History, Poesy, Philosophy (2:1)
    2.0.3 Advancement of Learning: Poesy (2:13)
    2.0.4 Advancement of Learning: Appendices of the Art of Transmission (6:4)
  2.1 Drama  
    2.1.0 Gesta Grayorum Introduction: "contribution to the Gray's Inn revels"
    2.1.1 Gesta Grayorum: The Prince's Council
    2.1.2 Of Tribute: Praise of Knowledge
    2.1.3 Love and Self-love
    2.1.4 Masque of Flowers: Dedication
    2.1.5 Masque of the Inner Temple: Dedication
    2.1.6 Letter: "joint masque from the four Inns of Court"
    2.1.7 Essays: Of Masques and Triumphs
  2.2 Attribution  
    2.2.0 Poems of Edmund Waller: Dedication
    2.2.1 Scourge of Folly: Sr Francis Bacon
    2.2.2 Manes Verulamiani
    2.2.3 Minerva Brittana: Sir Francis Bacon
3  Concealment    
  3.0 Necessity  
    3.0.0 Essays: Of Simulation and Dissimulation
    3.0.1 Letter: "be good to concealed poets"
    3.0.2 Letter: "I think the greatest inquisitor in Spain will allow it"
    3.0.3 Letter: "I will not publish while I live"
    3.0.4 Letter: "communicate them to others according to your discretion"
    3.0.5 Emperor of the East Dedication: "feare to bee censur'd"
  3.1 Pseudonymity  
    3.1.0 Valerius Terminus Preface: "the supposed author"
    3.1.1 Valerius Terminus of the Interpretation of Nature
    3.1.2 Contents page images
    3.1.3 Back cover note
  3.2 Ghostwriting  
    3.2.0 Of Tribute Introduction: "my Lord of Essex his device"
    3.2.1 Love and Self-love Introduction: "My Lord of Essex's device"
    3.2.2 Letter: "Your Majesty's ... servant, Essex"
    3.2.3 Letter: "as in the name of Mr. Anthony Bacon"
    3.2.4 Letter: "framed as from the Earl"
    3.2.5 Sir Francis Bacon His Apologie
    3.2.6 Letter: "Your loving Friend, Francis Walsingham"
  3.3 Attribution  
    3.3.0 To True Nobility
    3.3.2 Letter: "your poetical example"
  3.4 Steganography  
    3.4.0 Early Cryptology
    3.4.1 Baconiana: A False Dated Book
    3.4.2 Advancement of Learning: Knowledge of Cyphers
    3.4.3 Letter: "works of the Alphabet"
4  Players    
  4.0 Shakspere  
    4.0.0 Documentation Detail
    4.0.1 Documentation Summary by Year
    4.0.2 Documentation Summary by Category
    4.0.3 Last Will and Testament
  4.1 Jonson  
    4.1.0 Timber: or, Discoveries: Dominus Verulanus
    4.1.1 Timber: or, Discoveries: De Shake-speare nostrat
    4.1.2 Every Man Out Of His Humour extracts
    4.1.3 Poetaster extracts
    4.1.4 Every Man In His Humour extract
    4.1.5 Seianvs his Fall extracts
    4.1.6 Under-Woods: Lord Bacon's Birth-day
  4.2 Shake-speare  
    4.2.0 Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies Frontmatter
    4.2.1 Shake-speares Sonnets


Paul J. Dupuy, Jr.
paul@hiwaay.net

Thanks Rob. You're amazing!

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14 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Thanks Rob. You're amazing!

I bypassed the warnings and opened the site, and it did not require a log-in this time, as it had the last few times I tried, awhile back. It always was a good site. I have used it myself and listed it in my book's bibliography. I am sorry to hear Paul has passed.  

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