18) We’ve seen the ‘Baconi’ cipher code of ‘146’ in the “Who is Sylvia” example and that it’s also associated with ‘St. Albans’. Now the full name of “Fra. Baconi” is found coded to the number ‘222’. So now we look in the play The Taming of the Shrew and find on page 222 our next candidate. We find there a speech about disguised identity along with a possible anagram for “F Bakn” in the first letters of each line (not counting the first which is indented). The combination of the significant page number along with the anagram and speech is what makes it fit neatly into the Signature Cipher theory and to be unlikely to be by chance.