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Article I.-On the Influence of Organic Size on Energy of Func-

tion, particularly as applied to the Organs of the

External Senses and Brain. Read to the Phrenolo-

gical Society on 30th November, 1826, by Dr Andrew

Combe,...................

...............161

II.-Letter-Dr Caldwell, Professor of the Institutes of

Medicine in the University of Lexington, United

States, to George Lyon, Esq., Secretary of the Phre-

nological Society,...........

.189

III-Of Wit and the Feeling of the Ludicrous. By Mr Wil.

liam Scott,..........

IV.-Second Letter by George Combe to Francis Jeffrey,

Esq., in Answer to his Note on Phrenology, in No

89 of the Edinburgh Review, ..

V.--Letter from the Honourable D. G. Hallyburton to

George Lyon, Esq..........

.....251

VI.-Phrenological Experiment. Communicated by Dr El-

liotson of London.........

.......258

VII.-Additional Evidence of the Existence of a Sense of

Equilibrium as a Primitive Mental Power, derived

from the Consistency which obtains between its sup-

posed Functions and the recent Physiological Dis-

coveries of Mr Charles Bell,

............. 266

VIII.-Letter from Sir George S. Mackenzie, Bart. on the

Perception of Force,.......

IX.-Proceedings of the London Phrenological Society,......288

X.-M. Audubon, M. Weiss, Carl. Mar. V. Weber...........295

XI.- The Infanticide, Ane Nielsdatter. Communicated by

C. Otto, M. D. corresponding Member of the Phre-

nological Society,............

.....302

XII.-On the Arrangement of the Phrenological Faculties,

by Dr Hoppe of Copenhagen,...

.307

XIII.-Description of an Ashantee Skull,..

.309

XIV.—Proceedings of the Phrenological Society,............. .311

Nore on Article VII., on Equilibrium,........

...314

NOTICES, ...

..315

NOTICE to Subscribers,..

.318

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Article I.-On the Faculty of Comparison,......

.319

II.-Inquiry concerning an Organ for the Feeling of the

Ludicrous, distinct from that of Wit, (from a Cor-

respondent,)...............

.......

III.-Controversy with Sir William Hamilton,.................377

IV.-Observations on Education, submitted to a Committee

of the Town Council of -, appointed to col-

lect Information preparatory to the Erection of a

new Academy,........

...............407

V.-Skulls from Mozambique and Sandwich Islands, pre-

sented to the Museum of the Phrenological Society,

and interesting Case of a Young Woman of Mada-

gascar, furnished by Dr Sibbald, of the Isle of

France,...............

..........420

VI.- Donation of Six ancient Peruvian Skulls, by Mr Wat-

son of Glasgow,........

.........426

VII.-Influence of Education on the Direction of the Sentia

ments ................

.430

VIII.-Physiologie des Temperamens ou Constitutions, &c.

par F. Thomas, D. M. P. Paris, 1826,... ............. 438

IX.-Affection of Lower Individuality,......

...... 454

X-Du Begaiement, ses Causes, &c., et Moyens Therapeu-

tiques pour Prevenir, Modifier, ou Guerir cette In-

firmité ; par M. Felix Voisin, D. M. P.................458

XI.- Result of an Examination by Mr James De Ville, of

the Heads of 148 Convicts on Board the Convict Ship

England, when about to sail for New South Wales

in the Spring of 1826................ ............ 467

XII.-Phrenology in Germany, (from a Foreign Correspond-

ent,).............

...........471

XIII.-Outlines of Phrenology, being also a Manual of Re-

ference for the marked Busts, by Dr Spurzheim .......473

XIV.- Proceedings of the Phrenological Society,.................474

NOTICES,

......475

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