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Some Observations on the Varying Forms of the Human Cranium, Considered in Relation to the Outward Circumstances, Social State, and Intellectual Condition of Man
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Notes and References
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†Vide Edinburgh Review, Vol. lxxxviii. page 487
*Vide a Biographical Notice of Mr. Holm in Vol. XIX. Phreno- logical Journal.
*Dr. Todd, on the Physiology of the Nervous System, "Cyclopeedia of Anatomy and Plhysiology," p. 697.
*Vide Vol. IV., No. 16, p. 259, " Phrenological Journal."
*Dr. Carpenter on the Varieties of Mankind) in Dr. Todd's " Cyclo- ptelia of Anatomy and Physiology."