Mirror of Literature,  3 (1824), 66–67.

Physiognomy. A Translation from the German, by the Late B. Thompson, Esq.



Extract—Introduction; Anecdote


Physiognomy, Error

    Presents an anecodote of a virtuous individual with a 'forbidding countenance', asserting that it is 'such a pointed exception to the rules laid down for this science by Lavater, as at once to render every rule doubtful' (66).

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