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INDEX.

very, 206.

ABDOMINAL temperament, 101.

of, 104.

How indicated, 104.
Absolute size of a cerebral organ no Combination of faculties favour.

criterion of the predominance of able to, 105.

the faculty attached to it, 97. Actors have large organs of Secre-
Abuses of the faculties, what, 489. tiveness and Imitation, 197, 256,
Acquisitiveness, organ of, its situa. 355.
tion, 203. History of its disco tragic, Ideality necessary to,

Large in thieves, ib. 330.
Its size in different nations, 211. Acuteness, instantaneous, conferred
Cases of individuals in whom it by Comparison, 468.
was large, 212–14. Its disease, Adaptation of parts of the universe,
215.

proves the existence of God, 486.
a primitive propensity, not Addison, an accurate observer of hu.
admitted by the metaphysicians, man nature, 41. Nature of his
203. Admitted by Lord Kames,

genius, 568.
204. Gives rise to avarice, 205, Adhesiveness, one of the propensi.
212. Not in itself base or sordid, ties, effects of on the character,
208. Ils use, 209. Its existence 154. Distinguishable from Be-
disputed by Mr Owen, 210. Its nevolence, 155. Gives rise to so-
effects modified by Self-Esteem, ciety, ib. Very strong in the dog
211. Gives rise to a tendency to and other animals, 155. Its ef-
steal, 212. Manifested by the fects in combination, 575.
lower animals, 216.

organ of, its situation, 151.
Acrel, case of diseased Acquisitive History of its discovery, ib. Its
ness from, 215.

functions, 152. Generally larger
Acting, theory of, 197, 356, 357. in women than in men, ib. Its
Activity of the faculties, modes of, disease, 156.

489. Influenced by temperament, Affective faculties, 260 et seq.
501.

Africans, character of the, 601, 616.
of mind distinguishable Their superstition, 617. Their
from power, 103,563. Definition sentiment of truth weak, 299.

Alderson, Dr, of Hull, his cases of Concentrativeness, 149. Adhe.
spectral illusion, 503.

siveness, 154. Combativeness,
Alexander VI., Pope, engraving of 164. Destructiveness, 183. Se.
his head, 572.

cretiveness, 201. Acquisitiveness,
Algebra, talent for, 421.

216. Constructiveness, 225, 228,
Alimentiveness, or organ of the ap 229. Self-Esteem, 240. Love of

petite for food, 184. Dr Hoppe's Approbation, 251. Cautiousness,
views of, 185. Supposed situation 258. Benevolence, 270. Imita-
of, 186.

tion, 358. Form, 386. Locality,
Allegorical style, 468.

418. Number, 423. Language,
Alms-giving, not the only manifes 461. Have no Causality, 476.

tation of Benevolence, 264. Their susceptibility of being
Amativeness, situation of the organ tamed and taught, 433.

of, 116. History of its discovery, Anterior lobe of the brain, its size
118. Gives rise to the sexual a measure of intellect, 85.
feeling, ib. Its influence on so. Antiphrenologists unreasonable and
ciety, 120. Its abuses, 121. Its ignorant, 54, 55, 641, et seq.

effects in combination, 575. Antiquarianism, tendency to, by
Ambrose, St, his Veneration repre what caused, 281.
sented large, 278.

Apathy, whence arising, 541.
American brain smaller than the Apparitions, belief in, arises from
European, 31.

the sentiment of Wonder, 309,
Indians, their Love of Ap 311.See Visions.
probation and Firmness large, Appetite for Food, supposed organ
251, 287. Their sense of truth

of, 184.

Distinguishable from
weak, 300. Their unimproveable hunger and thirst, 186.
nature, 602.–See North American Approbation, Love of.–See Love of
Indians.

Approbation.
Analogies, perception of, 466. Arachnoid tunic of the brain, 76.
Anatomists, objection that they dis- Archery and quoits, talent of excel.

believe Phrenology answered, lence at, 393.
629.

Architectural talent, 581.
Anatomy of the brain, 71. Its re. Architecture, ornamental, love of,
cent state, 46.

whence arising, 329.
of the skull, 78.

Aristotle, his account of the facul.
Ancient temples, respect for, pro ties, 21. His assignment of them
duced by Veneration, 281.

to different parts of the brain, 45.
Angelo, Michael, his large Construc Placed the intellect in the heart,
tiveness, &c. 225.

50. His theory of the senses,
Anger, an abuse of Destructiveness, 367.
173.

Arithmetic, the chief sphere of the
Animal magnetism, 521.

faculty of Number, 421.
Animals, the lower, brains of, 99. Arnott, Dr Neill, on the connexion

Their Philoprogenitiveness, 132. between mind and body, 10.

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peans, 601.

Arragonese and Castilians have Bashfulness, cause of, 576.

small Acquisitiveness, 211. Basilar region of the brain, func-
Arrangement, love of, 424.

tions of, unknown, 80.
Artists have large organs of Secre- Bayle, Peter, Combativeness of,

tiveness, 197; Constructiveness, 162.
224; and Imitation, 358. Indi. Beauty, emotion of, arises from I.
viduality useful to, 384. Effect deality, 332. Dr Thomas Brown
of temperament on, 559.

on, 332. Mr Dugald Stewart on,
Ashantees, their character, 616. 333. Mr Jeffrey on, 235, 388.
Asiatics have generally large Vene- Beavers, Acquisitiveness and Con-
ration, 280. Inferior to Euro. structiveness of, 216, 225, 228.

Have no Causality, 476, note.
Ass, brain of the, 100.

Bees, Acquisitiveness and Construc.
Association, analysis of, 531.

tiveness of, 216, 225.
Astronomers, eminent, their Locali. Bell, Mr Charles, on plurality of ce-
ty large, 416.

rebral

organs, 21. A view of his
Atheists, their Causality generally

discoveries of the functions of the
deficient, 485. Answers to some spinal marrow and nerves, 56.
of their arguments, 486.

Admits that the shape of the skull
Attention, analysis of, 531.

is determined by that of the brain,
Augustus Cæsar, Self-Esteem large 79.
in the busts of, 238.

Bellingham, John, murderer, 94,
Aurelius, Marcus, his Benevolence 97, 176, 260, 265, 297, 450. En.

and Veneration represented large, graving of his skull, 177. His
266, 278.

style, 449.
Authors, manifest their predominant Benevolence, organ of, its situation,

faculties in their works, 412. Ef. 261. Engravings of two heads in
fects of their large or small Cau. which it is large and small, ib.
sality on their works, 481. Ef. History of its discovery by Dr
fect of temperament on, 559. Ef. Gall, ib. Deficient in the heads
fect of large heads of, 568.

of deliberate murderers, 265. Sup-
Avarice, 205, 212.

posed by Dr Gall to be the organ
Awe, religious, produced by Vene of Justice, 268. Its effects on the
ration, 281.

lower animals, 270, 273. How to

be observed in them, 272. Its
Bacon, Lord, on cunning, 202. His disease, 273.

style imbued with Ideality, 337. one of the superior senti.
On the faculties of perceiving re ments, its aim, 263. Difference
semblances and differences, 344. between its manifestations and
His Causality large, 481.

His

those of Love of Approbation, ib.
want of moral sentiment, 523. Its effects on the mind of its pos.
His large head, 563.

sessor, 263, 265. How it ought
Barclay, Dr John, an objection of to be exerted in society, 264.
his to Phrenology, 624.

Effects of its deficiency, 265. Its

abuses, 266. Its existence not injuries of, 20, 648, et seq. In-
inconsistent with that of Destruc fluence of size in, 29. Small in
tiveness, 267, 345. Its existence children, the lower classes, and
generally admitted by metaphysi. idiots, 30. Functions of, not dis-
cians, 274.

coverable by dissection, 43. Re-
Berkeley, Bishop, his theory of Vi. cent state of its anatomy, 46.

sion, 375. His ideas on the evi. Gall's researches on its structure,
dence of existence of the material 52. Its anatomy, 71. Engrav.
world, 484.

ings of, 71, 72. Its cineritious
Bidder, George, mental calculator, and medullary substances, and he.
418, 421.

mispheres, 72. Its insensibility,
Bilious temperament, how distin. 74. Its integuments, 77. Its fi.

guishable, 33. Its effects, ib. gure during life discoverable by
Birds, carnivorous, have large or observation, 79. Brains of the
gans of Destructiveness, 184. lower animals, 99. Texture of
migration of, 419.

the brain finer in some indivi.
singing, skulls of, 445.

duals than in others, 101. Dif.
Blair, Dr Hugh, an accurate ob ference of its shape in males and
server of human nature, 41.

females, 132. Its different parts
Lord President, his Construc distinguishable, 625. Answer to
tiveness large, 227.

the objection, that its parts may
Blind men, case of one couched by be injured without affecting the

Cheselden, 377. Cases of their mind, 626, 638. Observations on
distinguishing colours by touch, Sir E. Home's proposed method
413.

of investigating the functions of
Blumenbach teaches the connexion its different parts, 558.

of the mind with the brain, 9. Brazil Indians, account of their cha-
On smell, 27.

racter and brains, 613. Engrav.
Bonaparte's head large, 31, 563, 564. ing of the skull of one, ib.

His description of the characters Brewster's, Dr, organ of Weight
of Ney and Murat, 161. Intona-

large, 394.
tion of his voice when angry, 163. Bright's account of the devotion of
His Secretiveness, 193. His the inhabitants of Vienna, 276.
Self-Esteem, 238. Was unable to Brown, Dr Thomas, on the connex.
understand integrity of character, ion of mind with body, 13. On
295. His generals, 564.

the simplicity or compound nature
Booth, murderer, 177.

of the mind, 110. On instant an-
Boshuans, some account of the, 616. ger, 159. His style characterized
Bossuet's face small and brain large, by Secretiveness, 200. His views
45.

of desire of wealth, 204 ; of power,
Boundaries of the cerebral organs, 239 ; and of glory, 250. On Me.
89, 93, 626.

lancholy, 259. On Benevolence,
Brain, demonstrated to be the or 274. Eulogy of his character, in.

gan of the mind, 7-13. Partial tellect, and philosophy, 303, note.

His views of Beauty, 332; Vision, Carmichael, Mr A., his views of
378; Wonder, 319; and Simple sleep, 511.
Suggestion, 434. His definition Carmichael, Mr Richard, his report
of a cause, 474. Displays great of case of Ann Ross, 199.
Causality, 481. His views of Re. Carnivorous and graminivorous ani-
lative Suggestion, 483; Percep mals, difference beeween the brains

tion, 500 ; Consciousness, 628. of, 165. Destructiveness of the
Bruce, King Robert, 160, 251, 260, former, 183, 184.

278, 288, 299. His large head, Castilians and Arragonese have small
563.

Acquisitiveness, 211.
Brunel, engineer, his large organs Catalani, Madame, her organ of

of Constructiveness, Weight, and Tune, 438.
Causality, 224, 395, 481.

Catherine of Medicis, her Benevo.
Bull-dog's Combativeness large, and lence small, 266.

that of the greyhound small, 164. Catholics strongly manifest Venera-
Burk and Hare, profiles of, com tion, 276.

pared with that of the Rev. Mr Caucasian variety of Blumenbach,

M., 87. Development of, 176. 619.
Burke's eloquence, 450, note. His Causality, one of the reflecting fa.

Comparison and Causality large, culties, 474. Analysis of, 475 et seq.
468, 481.

Not possessed by the lower ani.
Burton's division of the brain into mals, 476. Dr Spurzheim on, 478.

Effects of its strongness or weak-
Business, usefulness of Individuali. ness in active life, 479, 480. Its
ty and Eventuality in, 430.

effects in the works of authors,
Bust, phrenological, its uses, 92. 481. Its effects in producing be-
Byron's poems strongly manifest lief in Phrenology, 482.
Destructiveness, 172. Bad taste

organ of, history of its
displayed in some passages of his discovery, 474. In whom large,
Don Juan, 557.

481. Not large in the French, 482.
Represented large in the heads of

Jupiter and Socrates, ib. Its ef.
Cabinet-makers, skilful, have large fects in combination, 677.
Constructiveness, 224.

Cause, Dr T. Brown's definition of,
Caffres, some account of the, 616. 474.
Calculation, talent for, 420. Cause and effect, perception of, 474,
Caligula, character of, 175. His Be. 477.
nevolence small, 266.

Cautiousness, a positive sentiment,
Callipers, use of, 97.

and not the mere want of courage,
Campbell, the poet, his good taste, 253. Its aim, ib. Its effects on the
whence arising, 560.

character, 254. Its effects in com-
Camper's facial angle described, 44. bination with other faculties, 256,
Its fallacy, 45.

576. Effects of its extreme acti.
Caracalla's Benevolence small, 266.

vity, 256.

organs, 21.

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