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1. Reasons for concluding that the

Mount Vernon School, New Eng.

Function attributed to a Faculty

Revised by the Rey.

for Mechanical Resistance, is two.

CHARLEŞ Maro, LL.D.

250

fold, viz, the Function of an Ex- 7. Physiologie de l'Homme Aliéné
ternal Sense for Resistance, and

appliquée à l'Analyse de l'Homme

of an Internal Faculty for Force.

Social.

259

By Mr ,

,

260

3. Dublin Phrenological Society, | 229 9. Education and Crime,

267

4. Rammohun Roy,

232

10. Chambers's Information for the

5. Anti - Phrenological Essay, by a ** People, No. 45,

Treatise on

Clergyman of the Church of Scot-

Moral Philosophy, .

269

land; with an Answer thereto, by

11. Mr J. L. LEVISON, 3.700,

271

: Mr Walter Top,

233 12., A Singular Dream,

278

6. The Teacher; or Moral Influences. 13. Prospectus of a British Associa-
employed in the Instruction of the

tion for the Advancement of Men-
Young. Intended chiefly to as-

tal Science. By Sir George S.

sist Young Teachers in Organiz- is MACKENZIE, Bart.

281

ing and Conducting their Schools. Notices,

284

By Jacoe ABBOTT, Principal of

Kini
tv. to ni

birlitsus

No. XLIV.

1. Observations on Religious Fanati-

Laplanders, and of the Skull of a

cism ; illustrated by a Comparison

Swedish Criminal,

328

of the Belief and Conduct of 6. Remarks on Inhabitiveness and

noted Religious Enthusiasts with

Concentrativeness,

330

those of Patients in the Montrose 7. Christian Phrenology ;, or the

Lunatic Asylum. By W. A. F.,

Teachings of the New Testament

Browne, Esq. Medical Superin.

respecting the Animal, Moral, and
tendent of that Institution, 289 Intellectual Nature of Man. By

2. Lectures on Phrenology ; delivered

HENRY CLARKE. (Review), 335

before the Young Men's Associa- 8. Character and Cerebral Develop-

tion for Mutual Improvement of

ment of William Manuel, a Pre-

the City of Albany, By Asos.

cocious Child,

344

DEAN. (Review),

302 9. Letter from Sir G. S. Mackenzie,

3. Suggestions for Facilitating and Ex.

Bart., on Mr Simpson's Views as
tending the Study of Mental De..

to the Sense of Resistance,

349

rangement, and Improving the 10. Cerebral Development and Inferred

Treatment of the Insane. By

Character of Kabooti, an Egyp-

M JAMES FOULIS DUNCAN,

tian Mummy,

356

A. B., Dublin,

309 11. Observations on the Phrenologi-

4. Mr Carmichael's Examination of

cal Standard of Civilization, 360

Mr Macnish's Objections to his 12. The Constitution of Man consi.

Theory of Sleep, in the Phreno-

dered in Relation to External Ob-

logical Journal for December

jects. By George Combe. 2d

1834,

318 Edition. (Review),

375

5. Casts of the Heads of two Swedish Notices,

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No. XLV.

1. Christian Ethics ;or Moral Philo-

sophy on the Principles of Divine

Revelation. By RALPH WARD-

LAW, D. D.

385

A General View of the Progress

of Ethical Philosophy, &c. By

Sir James MacKINTOSH. Being

Dissertation Second, prefixed to

the Seventh Edition of the Ency-

clopædia Britannica, .

385

A Fragment on Mackintosb; be.

ing Strictures on some Passages
of his Dissertation,

ib.
2. Hints on the Formation and Con.

CONTENTS OF VOL. IX.

52

.

No. XLI.

1. A Discourse on the Studies of the

Cerebral Development of Robert

University. By ADAM SEDG-

Burns. Read, on 5th May 1834,

WICK, M.A., F.R.S., &c. Wood.

before The Edinburgh Ethical So-
wardian Professor and Fellow of

ciety for the Study and Practical
Trinity College, Cambridge. (Re-

Application of Phrenology. By

view.)

1

Mr ROBERT Cox,

2. Affection of the Faculty of Lan: 9. The Principles of Physiology ap-

guage from Injury of the Brain, 17 plied to the Preservation of

3. Characteristics of the Caribs,

20 Health, and to the Improvement

4. The Book of Aphorisms. By a

of Physical and Mental Educa-

Modern Pythagorean. (Review), 23 tion. By Andrew COMBE, M. D.,

5. Necessity of Popular Education as

Fellow of the Royal College of

a National Object ; with Hints on

Physicians of Edinburgh. (Re-

the Treatment of Criminals, and

view),

Observations on Homicidal Insa- 10 Proceedings of Societies_

nity. By James SIMPSON, Ad-

1. The Phrenological Society,

vocate. (Review),

28

2. The Warwick and Leaming-

6. Pauper Lunatic Asylum at Han.

ton Phrenological Society,

well, near London,

44

3. The Edinburgh Ethical So-

7. Opinions of Tiedemann and Arnold

ciety for the Study and Prac-
respecting Phrenology-Inconsis-

tical Application of Phreno-

tency of the Anti-Phrenologists, 48

logy,

8. An Essay on the Character and Notices,

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Mr Macnish's Objections to his

Theory of Sleep, in the Phreno-

logical Journal for December

1834,

318

5. Casts of the Heads of two swedish

No. XLV.

1. Christian Ethics ;or Moral Philo.

sophy on the Principles of Divine

Revelation. By Ralph WARD-

LAW, D. D.

383

A General View of the Progress

of Ethical Philosophy, &c. By

Sir James MACKINTOSH. Being

Dissertation Second, prefixed to

the Seventh Edition of the Ency-

clopædia Britannica, .

385

A Fragment on Mackintosh'; be-

ing Strictures on some Passages
of his Dissertation,

ib.
2. Hints on the Formation and Con.

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