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Quiconque a une trop haute idée de la force et de la justesse de ses raisonne
mens pour se croire obligé de les soumettre à une expérience mille et mille fois
répétée, ne perfectionnera jamais la physiologie du cerveau. GALL.

The first business of philosophy is to account for things as they are ; and till
our theories will do this, they onghe not to be the ground of any practical
conclusion. · MALTHUS.

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LONDON:
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, ' AND 'co.;

J. FANNIN AND CO., DUBLIN;
MACLACHLAN AND STEWART, EDINBUGH;
MARSH, CAPEN, AND LYON, BOSTON, UNITED STATES.

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Sect. V. : BOTES ON OPINIONŞ
Education and Vice — Magendie cn Amativeness — Motion versus
Amativeness - Influence of Rank orthc forro of. Pead -- Mind and
Soul — Advice to Phrenologists - Sufferings of Animais destroyed by
others for food - Progress of Mental Philosophy -- Value of the
Dead Languages -- Usefulness of Phy i logical Knowledge

Sect. VI. ÎNTELLIGENCE,
Phrenological Prize-Essays in Glasgoy-James Simpson, Esq. and
National Education- Dr. Caldwell — Phrenological Lectures in Glas-
gow – Phrenological Lectures in the United States — Anti-phrenology
and the British Association - Phrenology and the British Association

A Renegade from Phrenology- Professor Elliotson and the Phreno-

logists of Edinburgh - Portraits of Queen Victoria - Animal Mag-

netism — Penny Cyclopædia and Phrenology – An Association of

Phrénologists — Local Statistics of Phrenology - American Editions

of Spurzheim's Works

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