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Caldwell, Dr. review of Sewall, v. i. 12;

Letter to the Editor, v. i. 325; thoughts
on the efficiency of the Brain, v. i. 393;
on Materialism, v. ii. 49; on Fatalism,
v. ii. 97; remarks on its functions, v.
į. 42; notice of his works, v. Ü. 451;

on nervous system, v. ii. 46.
Calhoun, J. C. of S. C. v. iii. 428.
Callahan, Rev. S. G. of Md., v. ii. 511.
Carmichael, R. Esq. v. ii. 432.
Cases of Spectral Illusions, v. i. 135.
Case of Mental Derangement, v. ii. 30.
Case of Laura Bridgman, v. iii. 563.
Case of fracture of the skull, v. ii. 65.
Carpenter, Dr. of Pottsville, Pa. v.ü.510.
Caucasian Race, v. ii. 125.
Cautiousness, analysis of, v. i. 97.
Changes in the form of the Head, v. iii.

262.
Chapin, L. D. Esq. of New York, v. ii.

565.
Cerebellum, functions of, vol. i. 339.
Chalmers, Dr. letter to, v. i. 142.
Character of Judge Marshall, v. i. 382.

“ Miller, murderer, v. i. 272.

Tardy, the pirate, v. i. 104.
“ Le Blanc, murderer, v. i. 89.
“ W. Leggett, Esq. v. ii. 228.

Eustache, v. ii. 177.

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Cinqua, v. ii. 136.

inferred from skull, v. i. 455, v.
i. 228, v. iii. 374.
Child, Mrs. L. M.chajacter of, v. ii. 457.
Chinese, Craniologists, v. ii. 336.
Chronic disease of Brain, v. ii. 456.
Christianity and Phrenology, v. ii. 75, 96,

372, v. iii. 171, 276, 334.
Clay, Henry of Ky., v. iii. 428.
Clergymen, appeal to, v. iii. 336.
Coleridge, remarks on, v. ii. 359.
Cincinnati, O., v. ii. 528.
Coats, Dr. R. on Physiology, v. iii. 218.
Connexion between the Soul and Body,

v. iii. 527.
Color, organ of, deficient, v. i. 102.
Columbus, character of, v. iii. 167.
Comparative Phrenology, v. ii. 121, 193,

v. iü. 267.
Conversion, analysis of, v. i. 19.
Combe, Dr. A. on increase of organs, v.

i. 183, 267; opinion on phrenology,
v. i. 315; on infancy, v. ii. 571; on
Hereditary Descent, v. iii. 36; patho-

logical fact, v. ii. 145.
Combe, Geo. works of, v. i. 31, 44 ; lec-

tures in Boston, v. i. 121, v. ü. 192; do.
New York, v. i. 126, 196, 440; do. in
Philadelphia, v. i. 294; do. in Albany,
v. ii. 287; do. in New Haven, Ct., v.
ii. 372; address before Boston Phren.
Society, v. ii. 477; lectures in Massa-
chusetts, v. ii. 238; on Sir Walter

Scott's Brain, v. i. 129; on the evi-
dence by which its functions are estab-
lished, v. i. 352; lectures oo Moral
Philosophy, v. iii. 16, 49, 115; lec-
tures on Phrenology, v. iü. 236; re-
marks on Logic, v. ii. 309; notes on
the United States, v. ii. 379, 425 ; let-

ter to Professor Alison, v. iii. 530.
Crampton, Hon. Judge, v. i. 48.
Crania Americana, v. i. 385, v. ii. 143,

545.
Criticism, phrenology applied to, v. i. 65
Cromwell, 0. character of, v. iii. 126.
Crowley, J. M. Utica, N. Y. v. i. 435.
Cuvier, brain of, v. üi. 144.
Darlington, Dr. W. on Roget, &c. v. ii.

242.
Dean, A. Esq., on Jurisprudence, v. ii.

33, 67, v. ii. 420.
Deville's Cabinet, v. Ü. 428; on chang-

es in the form of the head, v. iii. 262.
Derangement, case of, v. ii. 30, 575.
Developements of Moselman, v. ii. 516.
do. of Gottfried, v. ii. 542.
do. of Peter Robinson, v. iii. 452.
do. of Stephen Burroughs, v. ii. 86.
Destructiveness, morbidly active, v. ü.

377.
Discussion before the Royal French Acad-

emy of Medicine, v. ii. 472.
Dissection of the Brain, v. ii. 346.
Disordered, mental action, v. iii. 89.
Drake, Dr. D. of Ky., v. ï.515.
Duelling, remarks on, v. i. 263.
Dumontier, expedition of, v. iii. 47.
Edinburgh Review, v. i. 40.
Edinburgh Phren. Journal. v. iii. 523.
Education, v. i. 48, 231, 458, v. ii. 139,

310, 382; physical, v. ü. 349; remarks
by Dr. A. Combe, v. iii. 47, 143; by
Dr. Spurzheim, v. iii. 65; importance

of, v. iii. 326.
Elder, Dr. W. address of, at Pittsburgh,

Pa., v. i. 296, 340.
Ellis, Sir Wm. v. i. 50.
Elliotson, Dr. v.i. 49, v. iii. 285.
Eclectic Journal of Medicine, v. i. 388.
Elementary Phrenology, v. ii. 321, 410.

principles, &c. v. i. 236, 330.
Enlargement of the Journal, v. i. 247.
English and French character contrasted,

v. ii. 503.
Epps, Dr. J. of London, v. iii. 480.
Evanson, Professor, v. i. 48.
Eustache, character of, v. ii. 177.
Examination of Le Blanc, v. i. 91.

“ a Skull, v. ii. 335, 427.

prisoners, v. ii. 83.
Faculty of Language, v. iii. 269, 317.
Facts, phrenological, v. i. 102, v. ii. 237.
Fatalisın, v. i. 38, 345, v. iii. 47, v. ij. 97.
Fahnestock, Dr. v. j. 516

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Felch, W. chart of, v. iii. 239.

Hirschfeld, Dr. of Germany, v. i. 312, v.
Fieschi, developements of, v. i. 438.

iii. 48.
Fine Arts and Phrenology, v. iii. 380. Hoppe, Professor, v. i. 312.
First class book of Natural History, v. iii. Hospital, Massachusetts Insane,v. ï. 382.
575.

Howe, Dr. S. G. testimony of, v. iii. 480,
Florida, Phrenology in, v. ï. 139.

564.
Forbes, Dr. J. v. ii. 433.

Hufeland, Professor, v. i. 29.
Fowler, O. S., case of monomania, v. i. Hurlbut, E. P.Esq. of N. Y. v. iii. 285.

155; on Elementary Phrenology, v. Human Nature, study of, v. iii. 509,551.
ii. 321,410; examination by, v. ii. 236; Human capability, &c. v. ii. 262.
pathological facts, v. ii. 510, v. üi. 325; Humbugs of New York, (Dr. Reese) v.
cabinet, v. Ü. 544; defence of Phren- i. 18.
ology, v. iii. 44; remarks on its utility, Hunter, W. Esq. v. i. 47.
v. iii. 74; on Temperance, v. iii. 239; Iago, character of, v. i. 66, 212.
practical phrenology tested, v. iii. 407; Ideality, functions of, v. i. 297, v. ii. 446.

on practical phrenology, v. iii. 567. Ideler, Professor, of Germany, v. i. 30.
Fowler, L. N., developements of Cin- Idiocy, case of, v. iii. 240.

quez, v. ii. 136; of W. Leggett, Esq. Illusions, spectral, v. i. 135.
v. ii. 228; examination of a skull, v. Improvement of Society, v. ii.262. v. iii.
ii. 336; do, v. ii. 427; communica- 364.
tion from, v. m. 335; lectures in Bos. Increase of organs, v. i. 183, 267.
ton, v. üi. 407, 130; examination of

Infancy, management of, v. ii. 571.
Mrs. L. M. Child, v. iii. 547.

Influence of organization on religious
Fitzgibbon, J. Esq. of U. C. v. iii. 358. belief, &c. v. iii. 433.
Foville, Dr. on the Brain, v. üi, 121. Introductory Statement, v. i. 1.
Fruits of misrepresenting Phrenology, Intellectual Powers, v. iii. 481.
v. i. 379.

Instinct, innateness, v. iii. 95.
Fuller, Rev. S. W.on Wit, v. i. 180. Indians, organization of the, v. iii. 207.
Functions of the nervous system of ani- Instrument for measuring the head, v. ii.
mals, v. ii. 465.

117.
Functions of the Brain, &c. v. i. 352. Insanity, Phrenology applied to, v. ii 95;
Gall, Dr. Biography of, v. ii. 1; charac- case of, v. iii. 284; medical jurispru-

ter, v. ii. 14; death, v. ii. 10; visit to dence of, v. ii. 33, 67, 111.
prisons, v. ii. 430; account of his early Injury of the head, &c. v. iii. 475.

labors, v. ii. 565; in Germany, v. i. 27; Jacques, Dr. Delaware, v. č. 513.
in France, v. i. 75.

Jarvis, R. Esq. and phrenology, v. iii. 96.
Germany, phrenology in, v. i. 27, v. ii. Jeffrey, notice of Lord, v. i. 32.
322.

Johnson, Dr. J. v. i. 50, v. iii. 190.
Gibson, Professor of Pa. v, üi. 432. Joslyn, Professor of N. Y. v. ii. 117.
Godman, Dr, notice of, v. ii. 189.

Journal, its religious character, v. i. 83.;
Gottfried, the murderess, v. ii. 542.

its enlargement, v. i. 247; its contin-
Grimes, J.S. in Wheeling, Va. v. i. 392; uance, v. iii. 358.

in Albany, N. Y. v. ii. 188; review of Journal of Medical Sciences, v. i. 339.
his work, v. ii. 529.

Judson, Dr. H. S. v. ii. 19.
Growth of the brain, v. iii. 287.

Jurisprudence of insanity, v. ii. 33, 67,
Hallyburton, Hon. D. G. v. i. 47.

111.
Hale, Mrs. S. J. on the death of Spur- Lawrence, J. W. notice of, v. ii. 95.
zheim, v. ii. 130.

Laws of Hereditary Descent, v. ii, 186,
Hawk, Black, character of, v. i. 51.

574, v. iii. 36.
Hamilton, Dr. F. H. of N. Y.v. i. 64, v. Learned Blacksmith, (E. Burreet) v. iii.
iü. 478.

27.
Haskens, R.W.on Phrenology, v. ii. 357. Le Blanc, character of, v. i. 89.
Hartford, Ct. phrenology in, v. ii. 138. Lectures on Phrenology, v. ii. 183, v. iii.
Harmony between Phrenology and Reli- 236; on Education, v. ii. 310; of

gion, v. i. 372, v. ii. 218, 399, 497, v. Professor Cubi in Louisiana, v. ii.568;
iii. 171.

on Moral Philosophy, v. iii. 16, 49,
Heads of great men, v. i. 286.

115; of the Messrs. Fowler in Bos-
Head of Sir W. Scott, v. ii. 528.

ton, v. iii. 430.
Head of Carlyle, v. ii. 528.

Lee, Dr. C. A. of N. Y., v. ii. 403.
Head-ache, case of, &c., v. iii. 335. Leggett, W. Esq. character of, v. ii. 228.
Health, &c. v. ü. 85, 170, 240.

Lewis, Judge, E. of Pa. v. i. 276.
History of Phrenology, v. ii. 357. Literary Examiner and Western Review-

er, Pittsburgh, Pa. v. ii. 94.
Locality, remarks on, v. i. 178.
Logic based on Phrenology, v. iii. 309.
London, Dr. Spurzheim in, v. i. 41.
Louisiana, Phrenology in, v. ii. 96.
Mackintosh, Dr. v. i. 48, 314, v. ii. 382.
Macknish Dr. v. i. 315.
Mackenzie, Sir. Geo. v. i. 314.
Man's original nature, v. ü. 383.
Marriage, phrenology applied to, v. ii.

298. 576.
Marvellousness, remarks on, v. iii. 360.
Massachusetts Insane Hospital,v. iii. 384.
Marshall, Judge, character of, v. i. 382.
Materialism, v. i. 37, v. ii. 49.
Measuring the head, v. ii. 117.
McClellan, Dr. surgical case of, v. ii. 180.
McDowell, Dr. of Cincinnati, v. i. 243.
Medico-Chirurgical Review, v. iii, 190.
Medicine, practice of, v. iii. 95.
Medicus on Physiology and Anatomy,

v. i. 79.
Mental Philosophy—its connection with

medicine, v. iii. 241.
Mental science in England, v. ii. 287.

. exercise, v. ii. 85, 170.
“ derangement, v. ii. 575.

“ phenomena, v. iii. 419.
Mental and Moral qualities transmissible

to children, v. iii. 574.
Metaphysics, &c., v. i. 161.
Merits of Phrenology, v. ii. 433, 481,
Miller, W. murderer of Hoffman, v. i.

272.
Miller, Dr. T. pathological fact from, of

Washington, D. C., v. i. 24.
Monomania, case of, v. i. 155, v. ii. 348.
Morton's Dr. Crania Americana, v. ii.

385, 545, v. ii. 48.
Moral Philosophy, v. ii. 16, 49, 115.
Moral Sentiments, supremacy of, v. üi.

409, 459.
Moral Agency, v. ii. 374.
Musical Powers in a child, v. iii. 204.
Muscular motion, organ of, v. ii. 163
Natural Language, v. ii. 473.

Laws of man, v. ii. 31.
Necessity of revealed religion, phrenolo-

gically considered, v. ii. 75.
Negro and Caucasian Brain, v. iii. 283.
Neill, P., L. L. D. on the merits of phren-

ology, v. iii. 529.
Nervous System, v. ij. 46.

of animals, v. ij. 465.
New Discoveries vindicated, v. ii. 92,
New York, Phrenology in, v. i. 195.

" Phrenological Society, v. i.
247, v. ii. 144.
New System of Phrenology, v. ii. 529.
Noell, R. Esq. in Germany, v. iii. 322.
Notes on the U. States, by Mr. Combe,

v. in. 379, 425.

Notice of Dr. Gall, v. ii. 528.
Oberlin, character of, v. ii. 462.
Observations on Lord Bacon. v. ii. 193.
Objections to Phrenology considered, v.

i, 174, v. ii. 145,
Olcott, T. W. of Albany, v. ii. 383.
Organs increased by exercise, v. 182, 267.
Organ of muscular motion, v. č. 163.
Otto, Professor, v. i. 312.
Outlines of disordered mental action, v.

ii. 89.
Pathological Facts confirmatory of the

truth of phrenology, v. i. 24, 435, v.
ii. 65, 190, 260, 366, 456, 510,v. üi.

141, 192, 325, 475.
Paris, Phrenological Society, v. i. 76.
Peck, J. M. on phrenology, v. ii. 143.
Pierce, Dr. on Education, v. ii. 289, 349.
Peruvians, Ancient, notice of the, v. ii.

573.
Philoprogenitiveness, organ of, v. i. 334.
Philosophy of Phrenology, v. iii. 212.

" Human Life, v. ii. 420.

“ Mind, (Dr. Stearns) v.ü.
420.
do. of Reid and Stewart, v. iii. 529.
Phrenology, its general diffusion, v. i. 5;

its origin and history, v. i. 33; in Ger-
many, v. i. 27, 565, v. iii. 322; in
France, v. i. 74, 487; in Great Brit-
ain, v. 39; in Dublin, Ireland, v. ii.
528; in Edinburgh University, v. i.
336; in Philadelphia, v. i. 244, v. ii.
476; in New York, v. i. 195; in Ohio,
v. i. 243; in Wheeling, Va. v. 1. 392;
in Louisiana, v. ii. 96; its merits dis-
cussed, v. ii. 433, 481; in the family,
v. i. 458; uses of, v. ii. 220; statis-
tics of, v. i. 43; supported by scien-
tific men, v. ii. 24; and Divine Truth,
v. ii. 19; vindication of, v, i, 12; and
anti-phrenology, v. ii. 289, 337, 385;
and Christianity, v. iii. 276; in schools,
v. iii. 403; applied to the improvement
of society, v. iii. 364; progress of, v.
iii. 285; objections to, v. u. 145; ap-
plied in deaf and dumb asylum, v. iii.
237; its merits compared with meta-

physics, v. iii, 529.
Phrenological Discussion, v. iii. 480.

Specimens, v. iii. 188.

Association, v. ii. 384, v.
ü, 575.
Phrenological Society at Albany, v

376.
Phrenologist's Own Book, v. üi. 478
Physiology for schools, v. iii. 218.

importance of, as a study
i. 79.
Physical Education, v. ii. 289, 319.
Pierpont, Rev. J. v. ü. 191.
Plea for Phrenolory, v. ü. 130.

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Political Ethics, v. üï. 285.
Powell, Dr. W. B., v. i. 430, 467, v. ü.

163.
Practical Phrenology tested, v. ii. 284, v.

iii. 407, 479; defended, v. iii. 567.
Predominance of certain organs in the

British Poets, v. ii. 166, 232, 252, 316,

359, 413, 458.
Prisoners examined, v. ii. 83, 424.
Progress of Phrenology, v. ii. 544, v. iii.

285.
Questions settled by Phrenology, v. j. 72.
Reflections on the death of Spurzheim,

v. ii. 130.
Reese, Dr. of New York, v. i. 18, 388.
Reid, Dr. of Rochester, N. Y. v. iii. 325.
Regeneration, remarks on, v. i. 253, v. ii.

399.
Religion and Philosophy, v. ii. 497,573.

“ Phrenology, v. ii. 75, v. iii.
433.
Religion adapted to man, v. ii. 526.

abuse of faculties in, v. iii, 517.
Religious bearings of Phrenology, v. ii.

468.
Remarks on the Indians, v. iii. 207; on

Dr. Roget's objections to Phrenology,
v. ii. 24 1; on phrenological specimens,
&c. v. ii. 213; on the human skull,
v. i. 430; on the organ of Watchful-
ness, v. i. 467; on natural laws of

man, v. iii. 27.
Repertory, Princeton, vs. Phrenology, v.

üi. 44.
Resolutions in favor of Phrenology, v.

i. 198, 245, 294, 440.
Review of Dr. Abercrombie, v. iii. 481;

of Dr. Sewall, v. i. 12, 441; of Dr.
Vimont, v. ü. 193; Phrenology in the

family, v. i. 458.
Robertson, Dr. bequest of, v. iii. 432.
Robinson, Peter, the murderer, v. üsi 452.
Rogel, Dr. review of v. ii. 94, 145, 242.
Royal Academy of Medicine, v. i. 78.
Sampson, M. B. Esq. on Locality, v. i.

178; on Wonder, v, i. 201; on Ideal-
ity, v. i. 297, v. ii. 446; on organ
marked "?"v. ï. 204; case of suicide,
v. ii. 135; on the philosophy of phren-

ology, v. iii. 221.
Sawyer, Rev. J. T. on Phrenology and

Religion, v. iii. 433.
Sayre, Judge, &c. murder of, v. i. 89.
Schwartz, Professor, v. i. 312.
Schools, Physiology for, v. iii. 218;

Phrenology in, v. iii. 403.
Science, physical and mental, v. iii. 13.
Scott, Sir Walter, head of, v. i. 129, v.

iii. 528.
Seixas, Professor, v. ii. 236.
Self-culture, remarks on, v. i. 190.

Sentiments, moral, v. ii. 409, 459.
Sense of Hearing, v. iii. 317.
Sewall, Dr. review of, v. i. 12, 441, v. ii.

42, v. ii. 147.
Shannon, President, address of, v. i. 369;

on the connection between Religion

and Phrenology, v. ii. 75.
Shelley, remarks on, v. ii. 458.
Silliman, Professor, on Phrenology, v.

iii. 130.
Sim's, Dr. Journal, v. iii. 237; examina-

tion of Rathburn, the forger, v. ii. 479.
Skull, remarks on, v. i. 430; case of

fracture of the, v. ii. 65; Dr. Morton's

collection of skulls, v. ii. 191.
Smith, Professor, review of, v. iii. 47,

289, 337, 385, 575.
Soler, Professor, lecture of, v. ii. 568.
Southern Medical and Surgical Journal,

v. i. 157.
Southern Literary Messenger, v. ii. 95.
Specimens' Phrenological, v. ii. 213.
Spurzheim, Dr. in Britain, v. i. 39; in

France, v. i. 75; death of, v. ii. 130.
Statistics of Phrenology, v. i. 43, v. iii.

185.
Stearns, Dr. of N. Y. on mental philos-

ophy, v. ii. 573.
Stokes, Dr. on Phrenology, v. ii. 337.
Study of Human Nature, v. iii. 509, 551.
Suicide, case of, v. ii. 135.
Superiority of Caucasian race, v. iii, 124.
Talleyrand, developements of, v. i. 211.
Tardy, the pirate, v. i. 104.
Taylor, Jeremy, remarks of, v. ii. 375.
Temperaments, v. i. 361, 398, 424.
Temperance and Phrenology, v. iii. 239.
Testimonials in behalf of Phrenology,

v. i. 308, v. ii. 432, v. iii. 480.
Test of Practical Phrenology, v. ii. 236,

284.
Thoughts on the Brain, v. i. 393.
Ticknor, Dr. death of, v. iii. 96.
Tooke, J. H. head of, v. iii. 96.
Treatise on Infancy, v. ii. 571.
Truth, Divine, and Phrenology, v. ii. 19.
Turnpenny, Dr. death of, v. ii. 48.
Tune, organ of, affected, v. i. 24.
Upham, Professor, of Maine, v. iii. 89.
Utility of Phrenology, v. i. 144, 161,249,

v. iii. 74.
Uses of Phrenology, v. ii. 220.
Van Buren, President, v. iii. 427.
Vase presented to Mr. Combe, v. ii. 378.
Vienna, Phrenology in, v. iii. 336.
Vimont, conversion of, v. i. 77; review

of his great work, v. ii. 121, 193, v. iii.

267.
Vindication of Phrenology, v. i. 12.

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Vinning, L., prodigy in music, v. iii. 204.
Virtue analysis of, v. iii. 93.
Vogel, opinion of, v. i. 29.
Washington Phrenological Society, v. i.

13.
Walton, W. Esq. on British, Poets, v.

ii. 166, 232, 252, 316, 359, 413, 458;
Cromwell, v. iii. 126; Columbus, v.

iii. 167; Lord Bacon, v. iii. 193.
Warne, Rev. J. A. Lectures of, v. i. 295;

on Fatalism and Free Agency, v. i.
345, 478; Phrenology in Family, v.
i. 458, v. ii. 376.

Watchfulness, organ of, v.i. 467,v. č. 378.
Whately, Lord Arch Bishop, v. i. 47.
Wheeling, Va. Phrenology in, v. i. 392.
Whitefield, cast of v. ii. 381.
Webster in London, v. ii. 46, v. iii. 429.
Welsh, Dr. opinion of, v. i. 45.
Western States, Phrenology in, v. ii. 143.
Weir, Dr. W. v. i. 49, 314.
Western Phrenological Journal, v. iii.

239,
Wit, remarks on, v. i. 180.
Woman, character and duties of, v. i. 316.
Wonder, functions of, v. i. 201.

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