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NEGATION.

SOUNDS.

N.

Negation, signs of, 272.

Nervous system, direct action of
the, 66; change of colour in the
hair, 67, 341; trembling of the
muscles, 67; secretions affected,
68; perspiration, 73 ; rage, 74;
joy, 76 ; terror, 77; love, 78; jeal-
ousy, 79; grief, 80.

Nicol, Mr. Patrick, U,184, 300.

O.

Ogle, Dr. W., 255, n.«?, 270, 293.
OSphant, Mrs., 80, n. IS, 270.
Olmsted, 269.

Owen, Professor, 10, n. IS, 87, n. S,
141, n. 18.

P.

Paget, Sir J., 68,116, 312, 341.

Pain, outward signs of, in animals,
69; in man, 69; in the hippopota-
mus, 70; induces perspiration, 73;
depression, 81; in monkeys, 134

Parsons, J., 1, n. 1.

Persf>iration caused by pain, 73.

Physiology of laughter, 9.

' PJ&ysionomie, dela, et des Mouve-
ments cPExpression,' 6.

Piderit, Dr., 7, 23,151,204,221,235,
255.

Pigs employed to destroy rattle-
snakes, 108.

Platysma myoides muscle, contrac-
tion of the, 297.

Plautus, 228.

Porcupines, 93.

Pouchet, M. G., 67, n. 1.

Pride, 263.

Psychology, Principles of, 9.

Puff-adder, the, 105.

Pupils, dilatation of the, 303.

Q.

Queries regarding expression, <fec.,
15.

R.

Rabbits, 83, 93,113.

Kage, 7-4^ 238; trembling a conse-
quence of, 240; Shakespeare's
description of, 240; snarling with
the teeth, 242.

Rattlesnake, the, 106,109.

Reade, Mr. Winwood, 21, 279, m

Reflection, 220; deep, generally ac-
companied with a frown, 222. j

Reflex actions, 35.

Rejlander, Mr., 23, 147, n. 1. 181,

200,248.

Rengger, 61, 88,132, n. 11,134.
Resignation, 270.

Retching or vomiting, 158,163, 258.
Revenue, 261.

Reynolds, Sir J., 206, n. 15.
Rhinoceros, 73,113.
Riviere, Mr., 25,120.
Rothrock, Dr., 22, 230,250, 259.
Ruminants, their emotions, 129.

S.

Salvin, Mr. F., 44, n. 15.
Sandwich islanders, 174.
Savage and Wyman, Messrs.. 142.
Schmalz, 273.
j Scorn, 253.
! Scott, Sir W., 120.

i-----,;Mr, J., 21, 185, 246-248, 259,

!     267.

-----, Dr. W. R., 62, ». S

Scream, as a call for assistance, 90.
" Secretary-hawk, the, 109.
Secretions, affected by strong emo-
I     tions, 68.

I Senses, the, and the Intellect, 8} n.
•     8,31.

Shaler, Professor, 106,109.
Shame, gestures of, 320; description

of, in Isaiah, Ezra, &c., 321.
Sheldrake, the, 48.
Shoulder, cold, 233.
Shrugging the shoulders, 63, 263L
Shyness, 322,329.
Signs of affirmation and negation,

272; conventional, 61.
Slyness, 262.
Smiling, 202, 308; in io&nfcs, 20$;

in savages, 211.
Smith, Sir Andrew, W.
Smyth, Mr. Brongh, 19, 235, 294.
Snakes, 105-110.
Snapping the fingers, 256L
Sneering- or saiamng, 347.
Sobbing, peculiar to the human.

species, 156.
Somerville, 119.

Sounds, the emission of. efficient as
a means of expreasioii, 8$; be-
tween the sexes, 84; to animals
when separated, 84; of rag«, 85;
the bark of a dog, 85; tuned
jackals, 8S; pigeons. 84; human
voice, 86; as a            of eoortr-

; music, 8&; in yo&ag in-
; of mrprbe, ecmfcemfrt,

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