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A REPOSITORY OF
SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND GENERAL INtelligence,
ETHNOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, PHRENOLOGY, PHYSIOGNOMY, SOCIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, EDUCATION
Embellished with Numerous Portraits from Life, and other Engravings
VOL. LXXVIII. OLD SERIES-VOL. XXIX. NEW SERIES.
JANUARY TO JUNE, 1884.
H. S. DRAYTON, A.M., AND N. SIZER, EDITORS.
FOWLER & WELLS CO., PUBLISHERS, 753 BROADWAY.
“Quiconque a une trop haute idée de la force et de la justesse de ses raisonnemens pour se croire obligé de les soumettre a une expérience mille et mille fois répétée ne perfectionners jamais la physiologie du cerveau.”—GALL.
"I regard Phrenology as the only system of mental philosophy which can be said to indicate, with anything like clearness and precision, man's mixed moral and intellectual nature, and as the only guide short of revelation for educating him in harmony with his faculties, as a being of power; with his wants, as a creature of necessity; and with his duties, as an agent responsible to his Maker and amenable to the laws declared by the all-wise Providence."-JOHN BELL, M.D.
"To Phrenology may be justly conceded the grand merit of having forced the inductive method of inquiry into mental philosophy, and thus laid the permanent foundations of a true mental science."-Encyclopedia Britannica, 8th Edition.