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Page 135 - ... in short, we regard this work as not only the most important of any which has before been written on the science, but as indispensably necessary to the student who wishes to acquire a thorough knowledge of Phrenological Science. CONSTITUTION OF MAN, Considered in RELATION TO EXTERNAL OBJECTS. By George Combe.
Page 135 - ACC01PAnied by a Chart, embracing an Analysis of the Primary Mental Powers in their Various Degrees of Development, the Phenomena produced by their Combined Activity, and the Location of the Phrenological Organs in the Head. Together with a View of the Moral and Theological Bearing of the Science. By OS and LN- Fowler. Price, $1 25. This is a PRACTICAL, STANDARD Work, and may be described as a complete system of the principles and practice of Phrenology.