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 . d by the muscle is certainly slight, and might beset aside by unreflective investigators as comparativelyunimportant; but when it is remembered that this force THE FACULTIES, THEIR SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES. 145 is being constantly exerted during the slow elapse of theyears of a lifetime, we are compelled to concede to it animportance of no ordinary kind; and we must admit thatno inconsiderable change would be wrough

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 . d by the muscle is certainly slight, and might beset aside by unreflective investigators as comparativelyunimportant; but when it is remembered that this force THE FACULTIES, THEIR SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES. 145 is being constantly exerted during the slow elapse of theyears of a lifetime, we are compelled to concede to it animportance of no ordinary kind; and we must admit thatno inconsiderable change would be wrough 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 . d by the muscle is certainly slight, and might beset aside by unreflective investigators as comparativelyunimportant; but when it is remembered that this force THE FACULTIES, THEIR SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES. 145 is being constantly exerted during the slow elapse of theyears of a lifetime, we are compelled to concede to it animportance of no ordinary kind; and we must admit thatno inconsiderable change would be wrought upon thePhysiognomy by the silent but unceasing working that hasbeen indicated. THl] MCULTIES, THEIR SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES. CL^SS ZII. THE PROPAGATIVE INCLINATIONS. THIS CLASS OF INCLINATIONS WILL BE FOUND LARGE WHENTHE MUSCULAR AND FIBROUS FORM PREDOMINATES. ——••••iKMl^^4^;^i^:^-=^ «=— TEMPOEINATUEALITIVENESS.—APPEECIATIONOF NATUEAL MOTION. THE POWER OF JUDGING OR COMPREHENDING THE TIME OFTHE YEAR, THE SEASONS, OR THE REVOLUTIONS OF THEPLANETS. The round form of the face and physique bespeak forthe individual the ability to comprehend and producenatural time.. Temporinaturalitiveness Large—Bach. Temporinaturalitiveness Small—An Indian of Callam Bay. Those mysterious orbs of heaven, that keep their unceasingjourney around their respective systems of suns in a multi- THE FACULTIES, THEIR SIGNS AND PRINCIPLES. 147 plicity of universes, dazzling and bewildering to sublunarycontemplation, afford us an apt and conclusive illustrationin the elucidation of our science. Those planets comprisingthe members of our own system, and with which we have amore intimate acquaintance, such as the Moon, Saturn, Neptune, Pallas, and the rest, are all constructed on theround form, and all their motions are in circles more orless precise. They are essentially round in their confor-mations, and in the actions which they perform there is theunvarying principle of time which, if we

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