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3. A guide to phrenology: designed to illustrate the science of the human mind as manifested through the brain : embracing the fundamental principles of phrenology : its utility to parents and teachers in developing and educating the mental faculties of the rising generation, and of self improvement : together with the adaptation of each of the organs and a phrenological chart, in seven degrees of development with numerous combinations


23. Coombs's standard phrenology: exhibiting the exact phrenological admeasurements of above fifty distinguished and extraordinary personages, of both sexes : with skulls of the various nations of the world : embellished with above 50 engravings, and poetical descriptions of beauty, intellect, and physiognomy : with observations explanatory of the science, adapted to the character of [blank]


29. Synopsis of phrenology and the phrenological developments: together with the character and talents of [blank] as given by [blank] : with reference to those pages of "Phrenology proved, illiustrated, and applied," in which will be found a full and correct delineation of the intellectual and moral character and manifestations of the above-named individual


32. Fowler's practical phrenology: giving a concise elementary view of phrenology : presenting some new and important remarks upon the temperaments : and describing the primary mental powers in seven different degrees of development : the mental phenomena produced by their combined action : and the location of the organs, amply illustrated by cuts : also the phrenological developments, together with the character and talents of ... as given by


47. Religion, natural and revealed, or, The natural theology and moral bearings of phrenology and physiology: including the doctrines taught and duties inculcated thereby, compared with those enjoined in the scriptures : together with the phrenological exposition of the doctrines of a future state : materialism, holiness, sin, reward, punishments, depravity, a change of heart, will, foreordination, fatalism, etc. etc