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THE

PHRENOLOGICAL

OURNAL AND MISCELLANY.

VOL. X.

JUNE 1836-SEPTEMBER 1837.

Homo, naturæ minister et interpres, tantum facit et intelligit quantum de naturæ ordine
te vel mente observaverit; nec amplius scit, aut potest.–Bacon.

Quiconque n'est pas poussé par un instinct inné d'observation; quiconque trouve trop
d. ficile l'abnégation de ses opinions et de son savoir puisé dans l'instruction antérieure

quiconque a une trop haute idée de la force et de la justesse de ses raisonnemeus
putul se croire obligé de les soumettre à une expérience mille et mille fois répétée, ne
perfectionnera jamais la physiologie du cerveau.

Cependant ce sont les seuls moyens de
verlier mes découvertes, et les seuls propres à les rectifier ou à les réfuter.-GALL.
One fact is to me more positive and decisive than a thousand metaphysical opinions.-

NPUZHEIM,

EDINBURGH:
CLACHLAN AND STEWART, AND JOHN ANDERSON, JUN.;
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & co. LONDON ; JOHN M'LEOD, GLASGOW ;
HODGES & SMITH, DUBLIN ; W. GRAPEL, LIVERPOOL ; AND
MARSH, CAPEN & LYON, BOSTON, UNITED STATES.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. X.

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nology. By W. A. F. BROWNE, 45

8. Phrenology Simplified : being an

Exposition of the Principles and

Applications of Pbrenology, &c.

9. Statistics of Phrenology,

10. Remarks on the Erroneous Im-

pressions and Spirit of Hustility

at present existing, more espe-

cially amongst the Religious Pub-

lic, in regard to the Diffusion of

Scientific Knowledge in general,

and of Phrenology and its sup-

posed effects in particular. By

Mr H. G. Wright,

57

II. Case of Injury sustained by the

Organ of Language. By JAMES

Inguis, M. D., M. R. C. S. E. . 68

12-1. The Physiology of Digestion,

considered with relation to the

Principles of Dietetics. By An-

DREW COMBE, M. D.--2. Dis-

course on the Importance of the

98

16-1. Testimonials on behalf of

George Combe, as a Candidate

for the Chair of Logic in the

University of Edinburgh.-2.

The Suppressed Documents ; or

an Appeal to the Public against

the Conductors of the Scottish

Guardian. By GEORGE Combr., 102

17. Miscellaneous Notices - Edin-

burgh, 112.-Glasgow, 113.-

Montrose, ib.-Lauder, ib.-- Li-

verpool and Manchester, ib.

York, 114.- Doncaster, ib.-

Newcastle, 115. — Sunderland,

116.- Belfast, ib._Cork, 117.

- Paris, 118.-Derangement of

the Faculty of Language, ib.-

Circulation of Blood in the Braia,

119.- The " Times

Phrenologists, ib. Edinburgh

Pauper Lunatic Asylum, ib.

Modesty of the Literary Gazette, 120

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on the

Blow on the Forehead,

13. Edinburgh Logic Chair,

218

14. The Harmony of Phrenology with

Scripture ; shewn in a Refutation

of the Philosophical Errors con-

tained in Mr Combe's “ Consti-

tution of Man." By WILLIAM

Scott, Esq. (Review), . 235

15. Statistics of Phrenology : being

a Sketch of the Progress and

present State of that Science in

the British Islands. By HEWETT

C. Watson. (Review),

235

16. Miscellaneous Notices : - London,

243.-_Bath, 244.—Manchester,

Barnard Castle, ib.

Warrington, ib.- Forfar, ib.-

Aberdeen, 246.- Paris, ib.

New Orleans, 247. — Dundee

and Montrose Lunatic Asylums, 247

245. —

5. A Fact on the Connection be-

tween Mental Emotions and cer.

tain States of the Body. By

Hewett C. Watson,

283

6. Phrenological Analysis of Patrio-

tism. By W. B. Hodgson, 285

7. Comparative Merits of the Men-

tal Philosophy of the School of

Reid and Stewart, and of the

Phrenologists,

301

8. The Philosophy of Phrenology

Si.nplitiet. By a Member of the

Phrenological and Philosophical

Societies of Glasgow. (Review), 337

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simultaneously with Change in

the Development of certain Or-

gans in the Brain,

426

5, Phrenological Opinions of Joho

Gibson Lockhart, Esq.

428

6. Some Reasons for concluding

that the Faculty hitherto named

Tune would be more philosophi-

cally denominated the Faculty of

Sound. By James Simpson, · 436

By W.

HANCOCK Junior,

462

11. Phrenological Account of James

B. C. Hawkins. By Mr John

ISAAC HAWKINS.

(From the

Christian Physician and Anthro-

pological Magazine, Nos. 3. and

5. of vol. ii.)

469

12, American Aonals of Phrenology,

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