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ARTICLE I.-SIB WILLIAM HAMILTON, BART. AND PHRENOLOGY, 1

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........

82

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,..........

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........

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