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No. 1. - A female head, divided by a horizontal line, from individuality to inhabitiveness, into the basilar and sincipital regions; the former below, and the latter above the horizontal line; and the basilar region subdivided into three regions:
a, occipital,
b, middle, and
c, frontal, corresponding with the three lobes of the brain-posterior, middle, and anterior.
No. 2. - A female skull, divided and subdivided, like the female head.
No. 3. - The skull of a man, with several bones, sutures, and bony processes, marked, 1. The frontal bone; 2. A portion of the sphenoidal bone; 3. Temporal bone; 4., Parietal bone; 5. Occipital bone; 6. Lamboid suture ; 7. Sagittal suture ; 8. Coronal suture, 9. Squamous suture; a, zygomatic process; b, mastoid process; C-c, separation between the cerebellium and brain proper, or the crucial protuberance of the occiput. No. 4. – The skull of a man on the right side with the special organs marked-on the left side with marks of the three great compartments, comprising :
a, the organs of the animal feelings.
b, the organs of the human sentiments.
C, the organs of the intellectual faculties.
No. 5.-The head of a man, on one side the special organs, and on the other the three great compartments, marked like No. 4.
The organs are -

  1. Aniativeness.
  2. Philoprogenitiveness.
  3. Inhabitiveness.
  4. Adhesiveness.
  5. Combativeness.
  6. Destructiveness.