Bluebulb Projects' The Measure of Things presents:
350 is about one-and-three-tenths times the number of Words in the Gettysburg Address.
In other words, it's 1.290 times the count of Words in the Gettysburg Address, and the count of Words in the Gettysburg Address is 0.7750 times that amount.
(Bliss text) Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, delivered November 19, 1863, at the postwar dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, lasted just over two minutes and contained an estimated (the exact wording of the original speech is disputed) 272 words. Lincoln wrote five (5) drafts of the speech, which are known today by the last names of the original recipients.