%I
%S 71,194,38,1701,89,76,11,83,1629,48,94,63,132,16,111,95,84,341,975,14,
%T 40,64,27,81,139,213,63,90,1120,8,15,3,126,2018,40,74,758,485,604,230,
%U 436,664,582,150,251,284,308,231,124,211,486,225,401,370,11,101,305
%N First Beale cipher.
%C For over 100 years this has been a nondecrypted message. Only the second Beale cipher has been solved.
%C In addition to numbered pages cited in Hoffman's book (with the three ciphers quoted in their entirety on pages 63  66), the page before the title page of the 1988 edition gives the first five terms of the first cipher with the teaser "Will Jeff Beale's treasure ever be found?"  _Alonso del Arte_, Mar 10 2007
%D Simon Singh, The Code Book, The Science of Secrecy from Ancient Egypt to Quantum Cryptography, Fourth Estate, London 1999.
%D Paul Hoffman, Archimedes' Revenge: The Joys and Perils of Mathematics. New York: Fawcett Crest (1988): 58  77.
%H Beale Treasure Center, <a href="http://smd173.tripod.com/Beale/BealePapers.htm">Beale Papers</a>
%H Lee Krystek, <a href="http://unmuseum.org/beal.htm">The Beale Cryptograms</a>
%Y Cf. A101111, A101112.
%K fini,nonn
%O 1,1
%A Volker Schmitt (clamsi(AT)gmx.net), Dec 01 2004
