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By Professor G Rudd

Phrenologist at 31 Lower Arcade Bristol 1928

Phrenology readings by Professor G Rudd at the turn of the 20th Century of William Edward Baglin (1839-1908) and son, Edward William Burgess Baglin (1906-1969). William Edward Baglin being the son-in-law of George Burgess (1829-1905), practicing Phrenologist in the Shopping Arcades in Bristol from 1861 to 1901..

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Page 1

The Phrenological & Physiological Register, as used by Professor G Rudd in 1928.

Pages 2 & 3 Conditions
Page 4 Table for Trades and Professions, &c.
Page 5 Adaptation in Marriage
Pages 6 & 7 Diet Table
Page 8 Explanation of Terms and Figures
Page 9 CLASSIFICATION, LOCATION DEFINITION, AND SUBDIVISION OF THE PHRENOLOGICAL ORGANS
Page 10 Organic Quality
  Health
Page 11 Vital Temperament
Breathing Power
Page 12 Circulation
  Digestive Power
Page 13 Motive Temperament
Mental Temperament
Page 14 Activity
Excitability
Page 15 Size of Brain

ANALYSIS AND LOCATION OF THE FACULTIES
  Domestic Propensities
Page 16 Amativeness
Conjugality
Page 17 Philoprogenitiveness
Page 18 Friendship
Page 19 Inhabitiveness
Continuity

  Selfish Propensities
Page 20 Vitativeness
Page 21 Combativeness
Destructiveness
Page 22 Alimentiveness
Page 23 Acquisitiveness
Secretiveness

Selfish Sentiments
Page 24 Cautiousness
Page 25 Approbativeness
  Self-Esteem

Moral and Religious Sentiments
Page 26 Firmness
Page 27 Conscientiousness
Page 28 Hope
  Spirituality
Page 29 Veneration
Page 30 Benevolence

Perfecting Semi-Intellectual Sentiments
Page 31 Constructiveness
Page 32 Ideality
Page 33 Sublimity
Imitation
Page 34 Mirthfulness

Observing, Knowing, and Perceptive Faculties
Page 35 Individulity
Page 36 Form
Size
Page 37 Weight
Colour
Page 38 Order
  Calculation
Page 39 Locality
Page 40 Eventuality
Time
Page 41 Tune
Page 42 Language

Reflective, Reasoning, and Intuitive Faculties
Page 42 Causality
Page 43 Comparison
Page 44 Human Nature
Page 45 Agreeableness

 

TRADES AND PROFESSIONS

page 46 Artistic, Mechanical, Commercial
Page 47 Literary and Professional, Scientific, Miscellaneous

Pages 48-55 PRACTICAL UTILITY OF PHRENOLOGY by L. N. FOWLER
Pages 56-57 THE MODERN PHRENOLOGY
Pages 58-64 REMARKS (blank pages)