Anthroponomy, or, Magneto-physiognomico-craniology: a new system on the magnetic constitution of man, as expressed by physiognomy blended with craniology and maintained by moral and physical hygiene, according to the rules of physiology, therapeutics, metaphysics, and present experience, improved from the systems of Messmer, Puységur, Gall, Lavater, Spurzheim, etc., and as established
Zender, J. D. L. (Joachim Denis Laurent), b. 1805
Foote, Albert E., 1846-1895, bookseller
New York : [s.n.], 1863
99, [A]-Q p.
See catalog record: 101200851
Edition: 3. ed., enl. and improved from that of 1843.