The sparrow, on taking its first flight from the nest, does notaquot; strike its head against a wall, or mistake the root offal tree for its branches; and yet, previously to its first attempt at flight, it can have no experience of dis-i tance. a#39; a#39; On the other hand, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays on Phrenology, or an Inquiry into the principles and utility of the system of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim, and into the objections made against it. [With a plate.]|
|Author||:||George COMBE (Phrenologist), Franz Joseph GALL, Johann Caspar SPURZHEIM|