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THE NATURE OF MAN.
BY J. G. SPURZHEIM, M.D.,
OF THE UNIVERSITIES OF VIENNA AND PARIS, AND LICENTIATE OF THE
BOYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS IN LONDON.
WITH AN APPENDIX,
BY S. R. WELLS,
CONTAINING A DESCRIPTION OF THE TEMPERAMENTS, AND A BRIEF
ANALYSIS OF THE PHRENOLOGICAL FACULTIES.
NINTH AMERICAN EDITION,
IMPROVBD BY THE AUTHOR, TROX THE THIRD LONDON EDITIOY.
HARYARD COLLEGE LIDIARY
NOV. 7, 1923
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1847,
BY FOWLERS & WELLS,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Southern
District of New York
The importance of the subject on which this work treats, the wide popularity of its author, and the universal approbation with which it has been received both in England and America, are some of the reasons of its present publication.
The real merits of the work cannot be represented in its preface. It must be read and RE-read to be fully appreciated, and in order to simplify and render it still more practical we have added an Appendix, in which will be found an illustrated description of the Temperaments, together with a brief analysis of all the Phrenological Faculties, which are also amply illustrated, giving a general view of the Science of Phrenology.
Besides having enlarged the work, we have reduced its price, and so changed its form as - to render it accessible to all. PARENTS and
TEACHERS, especially, will find it invaluable, although great benefit may be derived from it by every individual capable of comprehending the magnitude of its principles.
PHRENOLOGICAL CABINET, 131 Nassau-st.
New-York, January, 1847.