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ABDOMINAL temperament, 101.
How indicated, 104.
criterion of the predominance of able to, 105.
the faculty attached to it, 97. Actors have large organs of Secre-
Large in thieves, ib. 330.
proves the existence of God, 486.
organ of, its situation, 151.
functions, 152. Generally larger
489. Influenced by temperament, Affective faculties, 260 et seq.
Africans, character of the, 601, 616.
Alderson, Dr, of Hull, his cases of Concentrativeness, 149. Adhe.
siveness, 154. Combativeness,
cretiveness, 201. Acquisitiveness,
216. Constructiveness, 225, 228,
petite for food, 184. Dr Hoppe's Approbation, 251. Cautiousness,
tion, 358. Form, 386. Locality,
418. Number, 423. Language,
tation of Benevolence, 264. Their susceptibility of being
of, 116. History of its discovery, Anterior lobe of the brain, its size
effects in combination, 575. Antiquarianism, tendency to, by
Apathy, whence arising, 541.
the sentiment of Wonder, 309,
believe Phrenology answered, lence at, 393.
Architectural talent, 581.
whence arising, 329.
Aristotle, his account of the facul.
to different parts of the brain, 45.
50. His theory of the senses,
Arithmetic, the chief sphere of the
faculty of Number, 421.
Their Philoprogenitiveness, 132. between mind and body, 10.
Arragonese and Castilians have Bashfulness, cause of, 576.
small Acquisitiveness, 211. Basilar region of the brain, func-
tions of, unknown, 80.
tiveness, 197; Constructiveness, 162.
on, 332. Mr Dugald Stewart on,
Have no Causality, 476, note.
Bees, Acquisitiveness and Construc.
tiveness of, 216, 225.
organs, 21. A view of his
discoveries of the functions of the
Admits that the shape of the skull
is determined by that of the brain,
Bellingham, John, murderer, 94,
and Veneration represented large, graving of his skull, 177. His
faculties in their works, 412. Ef. 261. Engravings of two heads in
of deliberate murderers, 265. Sup-
posed by Dr Gall to be the organ
lower animals, 270, 273. How to
be observed in them, 272. Its
style imbued with Ideality, 337. one of the superior senti.
those of Love of Approbation, ib.
sessor, 263, 265. How it ought
Effects of its deficiency, 265. Its
abuses, 266. Its existence not injuries of, 20, 648, et seq. In-
coverable by dissection, 43. Re-
sion, 375. His ideas on the evi. Gall's researches on its structure,
ings of, 71, 72. Its cineritious
mispheres, 72. Its insensibility,
guishable, 33. Its effects, ib. gure during life discoverable by
the brain finer in some indivi.
duals than in others, 101. Dif.
females, 132. Its different parts
the objection, that its parts may
Cheselden, 377. Cases of their mind, 626, 638. Observations on
of investigating the functions of
of the mind with the brain, 9. Brazil Indians, account of their cha-
racter and brains, 613. Engrav.
His description of the characters Brewster's, Dr, organ of Weight
the simplicity or compound nature
of the mind, 110. On instant an-
of desire of wealth, 204 ; of power,
lancholy, 259. On Benevolence,
gan of the mind, 7-13. Partial tellect, and philosophy, 303, note.
His views of Beauty, 332; Vision, Carmichael, Mr A., his views of
tion, 500 ; Consciousness, 628. of, 165. Destructiveness of the
278, 288, 299. His large head, Castilians and Arragonese have small
of Constructiveness, Weight, and Tune, 438.
Catherine of Medicis, her Benevo.
that of the greyhound small, 164. Catholics strongly manifest Venera-
pared with that of the Rev. Mr Caucasian variety of Blumenbach,
M., 87. Development of, 176. 619.
Comparison and Causality large, culties, 474. Analysis of, 475 et seq.
Not possessed by the lower ani.
Effects of its strongness or weak-
effects in the works of authors,
organ of, history of its
481. Not large in the French, 482.
Jupiter and Socrates, ib. Its ef.
Cause, Dr T. Brown's definition of,
Cautiousness, a positive sentiment,
and not the mere want of courage,
character, 254. Its effects in com-
576. Effects of its extreme acti.