Autograph Letter Signed, thanking his correspondent for his book and giving his views on the Baconian controversy. 3 pp. 8vo. Bachelors Club, 4 December 1901. W.H.Mallock (1849-1923), author of The New Republic (1877). ‘All I feel entitled to say, on my own account, and from my own knowledge, is that the theory of this bi-literal, and strictly typographical cypher, as explained and applied by Mr. Gallup, has so much prima facie evidence in its favour, that it deserves to be studied by typographical experts.’