Cipher 60: Tuesday comes between Wednesday and Friday this week

The more astute observers amongst you may have noticed that this particular cipher is two days later than is usual, as a consequence of a particularly busy week. Hence, I had no choice but to officially postpone Tuesday by 48 hours. Whilst this may seem to be a rather major and unwarranted decision, it is not quite in the same league as during 1560, when the Church decided to (unsuccessfully!) postpone the solar eclipse by two weeks to reduce the unmanageable influx of people confessing their sins.

(7,1) (2,2) (10,4) (10,4) (2,5) (4,1) (3,8) (2,2) (29,1) (30,2)
(15,4) (2,5) (2,4) (9,6) (19,1) (13,3) (5,1) (3,3) (15,4) (16,5)
(3,8) (13,9) (1,1) (1,2) (40,1) (40,6) (6,1) (3,3) (16,1) (16,1)
(8,1) (13,9) (2,2). (1,1) (1,2) (1,3) (12,1) (12,2) (12,5)
(13,2) (7,1) (7,2) (43,1) (41,4) (16,5) (16,4) (21,1) (6,2)
(43,1) (40,6) (16,5) (32,1) (32,1).

 

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