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Edmund Beale Sargant         
Edmund Beale Sargant (1855–1938) was a colonial administrator in the British Empire, particularly notable for his policy of introducing English in the South African educational system in the first years of the twentieth century, as Director of Education for the Transvaal and Orange River Colony under Alfred Milner, and in the aftermath of the Second Boer War. The Sargant Report (1905) was important for the future of education in the Transvaal.
Charles Sargant         
Charles Henry Sargant; Sargant, Charles; Sir Charles Henry Sargant
Sir Charles Henry Sargant (20 April 1856 – 23 July 1942) was a British judge who served as Lord Justice of Appeal from 1923 to 1928.
Beale ciphers         
  • Statistical analysis of the last digits in the Beale Ciphers. The solved cipher (2) differs wildly from the uniform distribution in all bases, but this is only true for the unsolved ones in base 10. This indicates that the ciphers are fraudulent. The analysis is based on a permutation [[Kolmogorov-Smirnov test]].
Beale Ciphers; Beale Cipher; Beale treasure; Thomas Jefferson Beale; Beale cipher; Beale's gold; The Beale Papers; The Beale Ciphers; Beale Papers
The Beale ciphers are a set of three ciphertexts, one of which allegedly states the location of a buried treasure of gold, silver and jewels estimated to be worth over US$43 million Comprising three ciphertexts, the first (unsolved) text describes the location, the second (solved) ciphertext accounts the content of the treasure, and the third (unsolved) lists the names of the treasure's owners and their next of kin.