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46,656 Words or Sentences Represented with 6 colors, 1862

In A. F. Ward, semaphoric color signals on February 12, 2011 at 1:31 am

from A. F. Ward’s Universal System of Semaphoric Color Signals, 1862

“A Novel and Original Invention, by which 46,656 words or sentences can be represented with six colors, intended as A Medium of Communication between all Nations, and Applicable to any Language; also adapted to sound and night signals, by which communications may be made at all-seasons, without regard to weather.”

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