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OLIVER & BOYD, PRINTERS.

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ARTICLE I.-SIB WILLIAM HAMILTON, BART. AND PHRENOLOGY, I

1. Correspondence published in the Caledonian Mer-

cury between Sir William Hamilton and Dr Spurz-

heim, and between Sir William Hamilton and Mr

George Combe,.............

..............1-36

2. Correspondence between Sir William Hamilton and

Dr Spurzheim, not previously published.........36-50

3. Correspondence between Sir William Hamilton and

Mr Combe...............

........ ..50-67

4. Report of Dr Spurzheim's Lecture on the Frontal

Sinus, referred to by Sir William Hamilton on

pages 32 and 33...............

67

II.-Address delivered to the London Phrenological Society

at the Commencement of the Fourth Session, 5th

November, 1827, by John Elliotson, M. D.............. 70

III.-Dr Spurzheim's Visit to Hull.........

IV.—The Murderer, Peter Nielsen,........

87

V.- Arguments of Dr Magendie and Dr Bostock against

Phrenology, read to the London Phrenological So-

ciety, December 3, 1827, by John Elliotson, M. D.,... 92

VI.-Dinner by the Edinburgh Phrenological Society to Dr

Spurzheim,.........

...102

VII.—Proceedings of the Phrenological Society, Edinburgh, 145

VIII.-Letter from Mons. Royer, of Paris, to Mr George

Combe, Edinburgh, about M. Vimont's Collection of

Crania, &c.............

.............. 150

IX.-Renewed Correspondence between Sir William Hamil.

ton, Bart., and Mr George Combe,......................15?

X..The Foreign Quarterly Review, No IV. Article I.-

“ Gall and Spurzheim.-Phrenology,” .................158

NOTICES..................

..160

Extra LIMITES.-Correspondence between the Con-

ductors of the Phrenological Journal and Sir William

Hamilton, Bart........

...163

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ARTICLE I.-Pbrenological Analysis of Eloquence,....

165

II.--Forces Productives et Commerciales de la France, par

le Baron Charles Dupin.............

194

III.-Phrenological Remarks on the Mottos of Armorial

Bearings,.......

.............. 205

IV.–Case of Spectral Illusion..........

210

V.-On the Size of Hats used by the different Classes of

Society,........

213

VI.-Sketch of the Powers and Feats of Ducrow the Eques-

trian ; illustrated by a Cast of his Head in the

Collection of the Phrenological Society,....... 218

VII.-Of Individuality,....

........

226

VIII.--Skull of a Chinese Assassin, and Skull and Bill of the

Toucan Bird of Prey, in the Museum of the

Phrenological Society,...............

..... 261

IX.-Evidences against Phrenology, by Thomas Stone, Esq. 264

X.—The Elements of Physiology, by J. F. Blumenbach,

M.D. F.R.S. Professor of Medicine in the Univer-

sity of Gottingen, translated from the Latin by

John Elliotson, M.D................

273

XI.-Dr Spurzheim's Visit to Mr Wood's (Sessional)

School, Edinburgh,..........

274

XII.-Chronicles of the Canongate, Second Series, by the

Author of Waverley, &C.............

278

XIII.-Phrenological Notice of Mr Wardrope's Case of Re-

storation to Sight in a Lady of 46 Years of Age,... 286

XIV.-Report to the President of the Phrenological Society,

(Edinburgh), on the State of Phrenology in Italy,

by Dr Fossati of Paris, Corresponding Member of

the Society,........

299

XV.-New Publications in Phrenology,............

318

XVI.- Additional Case of Spectral Illusion, with accom-

panying Pain in the Organs of Form, Size, Weight,

Colouring, Order, Number, and Individuality...... 319

XVII.-Music,-Perception of by the Deaf and Dumb....... 321

NOTICES,....

323

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