Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . BeneficentTiess Large—Peter Cooper,the Founder of Cooper Institute. Benelicentness Small—An Austra-lian man. Before it is possible for an individual to do good, it isabsolutely necessary that he should possess the qualificationof goodness himself; and an indispensable condition of thepossession of this quality of goodness, is, that the nobleraspirations should predominate over selfish and animaldesires. On the l

Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . BeneficentTiess Large—Peter Cooper,the Founder of Cooper Institute. Benelicentness Small—An Austra-lian man. Before it is possible for an individual to do good, it isabsolutely necessary that he should possess the qualificationof goodness himself; and an indispensable condition of thepossession of this quality of goodness, is, that the nobleraspirations should predominate over selfish and animaldesires. On the l Stock Photo
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Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . BeneficentTiess Large—Peter Cooper, the Founder of Cooper Institute. Benelicentness Small—An Austra-lian man. Before it is possible for an individual to do good, it isabsolutely necessary that he should possess the qualificationof goodness himself; and an indispensable condition of thepossession of this quality of goodness, is, that the nobleraspirations should predominate over selfish and animaldesires. On the law, therefore, that elevation of mindbears with it elevation of features, we rest the principle ofBeneficentness. See the signs of Beneficentness above. DECISIVENESS. THE FACULTY OF PUTTING AN END TO CONTROVERSIES ORDOUBTS, BY AN ASSERTION, AN IRREFRAGABLE tACT, OR ARGUMENT. THE FACULTIES, THEIR SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES, 191 Prominent and well defined features, in connection tvitha large active Brain form, are natures records in favourof decision of character..

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