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The Mystery Of Francis Bacon (Classic Reprint)

PREFACE. Is there a mystery connected with the life of Francis Bacon ? The average student of history or literature will unhesitatingly reply in the negative, perhaps qualifying his answer by adding :-Unless it be a mystery that a man with such magnificent intellectual attainments could have fallen so low as to prove a faithless friend to a generous benefactor in the hour of his trial, and, upon b...

Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Forgotten Books (April 17, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781440071263
ISBN-13: 978-1440071263
ASIN: 1440071268
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
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ing raised to one of the highest positions of honour and influence in the State, to become a corrupt public servant and a receiver of bribes to pervert justice. -It is one of the most remarkable circumstances to be found in the history of any country that a man admittedly pre-eminent in his intellectual powers, spoken of by his contemporaries in the highest terms for his virtues and his goodness, should, in subsequent ages, be held up to obloquy and scorn and seldom be referred to except as an example of a corrupt judge, a standing warning to those who must take heed how they stand ltst theyTable of ContentsPreface 5; CHAPTER; T-Sources of Information 9; II-The Stock from which Bacon Came , 14; III- Francis Bacon, 15C0 to 1572 19; IV-At Cambridge 25; V--Early Compositions 29; VI- Bacon's " Temporis Partus Maximus" 36; VII,-Bacon's First Allegorical Romance 47; VIII- Bacon in France, 52; IX-Bacon's Suit 011 His Return to England, 1580 62; X-The "Rare and Unaccustomed Suit" 76; XI- Bacon's Second Visit to the Continent and After 82 XII- Is it Probable that Bacon left Manuscripts Hidden; Away ? 9^; XII1- How the Elizabethan Literature was Produced 98; XIV-The Clue to the Mystery of Bacon's Life 103 XV- Burghley and Bacon ,, 114; XVI-The 1623 Folio Edition of Shakespeare's Plays 123; XVII-The Authorised Version of the Bible, 1611 126 XVIII-How Bacon Marked Books with the Publication; of Which He Was Connected 132; XIX-Bacon and Kmblumata 140IV; CONTEXTS; CHAPTER PAGE; #XX-Shakespeare's Sonnets 148; XXI-Bacon's Library