This celebrated physician, now publishing a splendid work on the physiology of the brain, is most known by a new doctrine, as much applauded by some as it is ridiculed by others, called Craniology, which professes to indicate the intellectual faculties by the form of the skull. [P. 50.]
Historical Catalogue of the Paintings in the Philadelphia Museum consisting chiefly of Portraits of Revolutionary Patriots and other distinguished characters. 1813.