Battle of the Heads. Phrenologists—Anti-Phrenologists
Gives two brief claims: by the phrenologists that their subject is now a giant who cannot be smothered, and by the anti-phrenologists that the 'giant is a butterfly; to-day he roams on gilded wings, to-morrow he will show his hideousness and be forgotten'.
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