I considered this possibility; but it doesn't appear to work. The following is a reprint of "The Beale Papers" published in 1885 by J. -->, A A B B C C C C D D had been careful to avoid including his name or the names of his associates in the letters provided to Mr. Morriss. The treasure was to be split 31 ways with Morriss given an equal share for his handling of the distribution. Last Friday, I posted the first story in a short series about the mysterious Beale Treasure. with numbers 60 and 760. 179 likes. Before he left in March of 1822 he gave Morriss a locked iron box. Beale and a party of 30 adventurers set out for Santa Fe. He was known as honest, forthright and a man true to his word. Source Of Image. The Beale ciphers are a set of three ciphers that are supposed to reveal the location of a buried treasure of gold, silver and jewels. could affect the decoded cipher B1. He stated that if he was not contacted within 10 years to open the box. The papers will not make sense without the key to decode them. He wanted to be sure that no one was coming for the contents. using the pseudo-key, the recovered letters contain a total of four errors, as follows: letter string AAAAB is recovered Since the numbers ran so high, he figured the code key must be document based. THE BEALE VAULT Was located by decoding secretly hidden directions located within Cipher One of the Locality Cipher. The letter by letter method makes it easier to encode a message with unusual words that may not appear in the book. So let us suppose that the anonymous author had chosen to include the 11 words between words 750 and 760, As mentioned earlier, we know from the Beale Papers that Beale But for now, suppose that after encrypting cipher B2 and after creating his letter person other than Beale himself, e.g., one of his associates or possibly an agent engaged by Beale for He loves the outdoors and has covered thousands of miles in the pursuit of his next adventure.