Christian Observer,  1 (1802), 399.




Reportage, Gossip


Anatomy, Lectures, Politics,

    Reports that 'An unusual degree of jealous vigilance, seems to be exercised at Vienna, over the books which are published or imported, as well as the lectures which are delivered at that city. A spy attends the course of each professor. None but strangers are permitted to be present at Mr. Gall's lectures on Sculls [sic]' (399).

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