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Phrenology Chart, 14 January 1840–A

DEVELOPMENTS OF
Mr. Joseph Smith jr’s
HEAD.
Alimentiveness9
Destructiveness, - -11
Amativeness, - - -16
Philoprogenitiveness,16
Adhesiveness, - - -15
Inhabitiveness 15
Concentrativeness, -13
Combativeness, - - -12
Secretiveness, - - -10
Acquisitiveness, - -12
Constructiveness, - -14
Cautiousness, - - -13
Approbativeness, - -15
Autotimetiveness, - -17
Benevolence, - - -16
Veneration, - - -16
Firmness, - - - - -18
Conscientiousness, -15
Hope, - - - - - -14
Marvellousness, - -14
Ideality, - - - - -10
Mirthfulness, - - -15
Imitation, - - - -12
Sublimity11
Individuality, - - -19
Configuration, - - -17
Size, - - - - - -18
Weight, - - - - -12
Coloring, - - - -15
Locality, - - - -18
Order, - - - - -9
Number, - - - - -13
Eventuality, - - -18
Time, - - - - - -16
Tune, - - - - - -12
Language, - - - -15
Comparison, - - - -12
Causality, - - - -15
Dr. [Alfred] WOODWARD’S Office,
No. 325 Race Street. Philadelphia

Port city founded as Quaker settlement by William Penn, 1681. Site of signing of Declaration of Independence and drafting of U.S. Constitution. Nation’s capital city, 1790–1800. Population in 1830 about 170,000; in 1840 about 260,000; and in 1850 about 410...

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Geddes, printer, 112 Chesnut st. [p. [1]]
DEVELOPMENTS OF
<Mr. Joseph Smith jr’s>
HEAD.
<Alimentivenes[s]><9>
Destructiveness, - -<11>
Amativeness, - - -<16>
Philoprogenitiveness,<16>
Adhesiveness, - - -<15>
<Inhabitivenes[s]> <15>
Concentrativeness, -<13>
Combativeness, - - -<12>
Secretiveness, - - -<10>
Acquisitiveness, - -<12>
Constructiveness, - -<14>
Cautiousness, - - -<13>
Approbativeness, - -<15>
Autotimetiveness, - -<17>
Benevolence, - - -<16>
Veneration, - - -<16>
Firmness, - - - - -<18>
Conscientiousness, -<15>
Hope, - - - - - -<14>
Marvellousness, - -<14>
Ideality, - - - - -<10>
Mirthfulness, - - -<15>
Imitation, - - - -<12>
<Sublimity><11>
Individuality, - - -<19>
Configuration, - - -<17>
Size, - - - - - -<18>
Weight, - - - - -<12>
Coloring, - - - -<15>
Locality, - - - -<18>
Order, - - - - -<9>
Number, - - - - -<13>
Eventuality, - - -<18>
Time, - - - - - -<16>
Tune, - - - - - -<12>
Language, - - - -<15>
Comparison, - - - -<12>
Causality, - - - -<15>
Dr. [Alfred] WOODWARD’S Office,
No. 325 Race Street. Philad[elphi]a

Port city founded as Quaker settlement by William Penn, 1681. Site of signing of Declaration of Independence and drafting of U.S. Constitution. Nation’s capital city, 1790–1800. Population in 1830 about 170,000; in 1840 about 260,000; and in 1850 about 410...

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Geddes, printer, 112 Chesnut st. [p. [1]]
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Alfred Woodward, phrenology chart, Philadelphia

Port city founded as Quaker settlement by William Penn, 1681. Site of signing of Declaration of Independence and drafting of U.S. Constitution. Nation’s capital city, 1790–1800. Population in 1830 about 170,000; in 1840 about 260,000; and in 1850 about 410...

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, PA, 14 Jan. 1840; printed form with manuscript insertions probably in handwriting of Alfred Woodward; one page; JS Collection, CHL. Includes endorsement.

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