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BUNNETT.

INDEX.

EXPRESSIONS.

Bunnett, Mr. Templeton, 20, 177,

268.

Burgess, Dr., 5, 309, 319, 336.
Burton, Captain, 260.
Button. Jemmy, the Fuegian, 214,

31V.

C.

Camper, Pierre, 1 and n. 3.

Canine tooth, uncovering the. 247.

Carpenter on the principles of
Comparative Physiology, 47, n.
17.

Cat, the, 46,125; preparing to fight,
56; caressing her master, 56 ;
drawing back the ears, 111; lash-
ing the tail, 126; movements ot
affection, 126; when terrified,
127; erecting the tail, 127; pur-
ring, <fec., 128.

Catlin, 289.

Caton, the Hon. J., 97, fi. 11.

Cebus azara3, the, 132,134.

Chameleons, 105.

Cheerfulness, 210.

Chevreul, M., 6.

Chimpanzee, the, 95,181.

Cistercian Monks, gesture-language
of, 61.

Cobra-de-capello, the, 105.

Conceit, 261, 330.

Contempt, 253; snapping the fin-
gers, 256.

Cooke, the actor, 249.

Cooper, Dr., 105, n. 22.

Cope, Professor, 108, n. 81.

Coughing, 163.

Crantz, 212, 259.

D.

Darwin, Dr., 30, n. 3, 46, n. 16, 77,
n. 11.

Deaf and clumb, opposites used in
teaching them, 61, 62, in. 3.

Deceit, 261.

Decision, or determination, 233;
closing of the niouth, 233-236.

Defiance, 247.

Dejection, 176.

Depression of mind, 79.

Dermal appendages, erection of, 94;
in the chimpanzee and orang, 95;
lion, &c., 96; dog and cat, 96;
horses and cattle, 96 ; elk, 96; bat,
97; birds, 97; under the influ-
ence of anger and fear, 99.

Despair, 176.

Devotion, the expression of, 217-
219.

Dickens, Charles, 241.

Dilatation of the pupils, 303.

Disdain, 253.

Disgust, 256; spitting a sign of,
26"0.

Dog, the, sympathetic movements
of, 7; turning round before lying
down, 42; pointing, 43  scratch-
ing, <fec., 45 ; antithesis in expres-.
sion, 57; various gestures of, 63 ;
barking a means of expression,
85; whining, 88; drawing back
the ears, 111; various movements
of, 115; gestures of affection, 118 ;
grinning, 119; pain, 121; atten-
tion, 121; terror, 121; playing,
122.

Donders, Professor, 159, 165, 227,
303.

Duchenne, Dr., 5, 11, 13, 132,143,
148, n. 8,149, n. j, 180,188, 200.

E.

Ears, the, drawing back, <fec., 110 ;
in fighting, dogs, cats, tigers, <fec.,
Ill; horses, 112; guanacoes, <fec.,
112; moose-deer, 112; rabbits,
113 ; wild boars, 113 ; monkeys,
113 ; erection of the, 114.

Edgeworth, Maria and E. L., 331.

Elephants, 113 ; weeping, 165.

Engelmann, Professor, 227.

Envy, 261.

Erection of the dermal appendages,
94-104.

Erskine, Mr. H., 21, 33, 185, 267,
275.

Etiquette, breaches of, 333.

Expression, anatomy and philoso-
phy of, 2; general principles of,
27; principle of serviceable asso-
ciated habits, 29; principle of an-
tithesis, 50; principle of direct ac-
tion of the nervous system, 66;
means of, in animals, 83; emission
of sounds, 83-94; erection of the
dermal appendages, 94-104; in-
flation of the body, <fec., 104-110;
drawing back the ears, 110-114;
erection of the ears, 114.

Expressions, special, of animals,
115; dogs, 115-125 ; cats, 125-128;
horses, 128-129; ruminants, 129 ;
monkeys, baboons, chimpanzees,
130-144.

-----, special, of man, 146; suffering,

73,146; crying in children, 147 ;
contraction of the muscles round-
the eyes during screaming, 148;

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