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Temperature in insanity, 400, 416, 426,

486.
Tertullian, on belief in the impossible,

64.
Thalami optici, 100.
Thales, 2.
Thore, Dr., case of hallucination in a

child, 304.
Thurnam, Dr., on the weight of the

brain, 54 ; on the proportion of in-
sanity in the sexes, 236 ; on the prog-

nosis of insanity, 490.
Todd, Dr., on the motor and sensory

centres, 99.
Tonics, use of, in insanity, 515.
Trousseau, on epileptic vertigo, 77 ; on

irresistible impulse in epilepsy, 354.
Tuberculosis, as predisposing to in-

sanity, 233 ; and general paralysis,

415.
Tucker, on he misapplication of lan-

guage, 108; on the succession of

thoughts, 176; on will, 181.
Tuke, Br. J. B., on puerperal insanity,

274.
Tuke, Samuel, case of fever in a de.

mented person, 260.

Vitality, theory of, 69. ?
Volition, 144, 168–190; nerve-centres

of, 124, 180; abstract, 173, 180.
Volkmann, on reflex movements, 90 ;

on the symmetrical increase of sensi-

bility, 105.
Von Baer, law of organic development,

144, 165 ; ou grade of development,

249.
Vulpian, on nerve-fibres as conductors,

47 ; on locomotive harmony, 78; on
the seat of common sensation, 100;
on the removal of cerebral hemi:
spheres, 103, 124, 146.

W.

U.
Urine, in the insane, 401.
Uterus, disorders of, as causes of in-

sanity, 272.

Wagner, on the weight of the brain,

54 ; on syphiloma, 458.
Waller, on the degeneration of nerves,

93.
Wealth, passion for, 234.
Weber, Dr., on delirium during the

decline of acute diseases, 401 ; on
the temperature in insanity, 401.
West, Dr., case of cataleptic insanity

passing into epilepsy, 315.
West, Gilbert, on the effect of custom,

163.
Westbury, Lord, on insanity as a sub.

ject of moral inquiry, 473.
Westphal, Dr., on general paralysis,

413, 416.
Whytt, Dr., on illusory movements,

200 ; on sympathy of organs, 271;

case of insanity in a boy, 305.
Wilks, Dr., on abnormal quantity of

fluid in ventricles, 329 ; on calcareous
degeneration of nerve cells, 468.
Will, the freeloni of, 168, 171 ; nature

of, 169; power of, 174, 189; not in-
nate, 178, 180 ; relation of emotions
to, 184, 185 ; creative, 188.

V.

Valentin, on the seat of co-ordination

of movement, 79.
Varieties of insanity, 333–427.
Ventricle, increase of tluid in, 329 ;

granular condition of, 455.
Virchow, on syphilomil, 458.
Vision, theory of, 104; hallucinations

of, 303.

TIIE END.

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