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2Ôo Index 
Osborn, Mr., 92 
Osten Sacken, Baron v., 82, 105 
Oswell, Mr., 179 
Oxen (see Cattle) 
Parkyns, Mansfield, 177 
Peculiarities, unconsciousness of, 31 
Persecution, its effect on the character of 
races, 55 
Peru, captive animals in, 184 
Pet animals, 175 
Petrie Flinders, 66, 96 
Phantasmagoria, 120, 125 
Photographic compiosites (see Composite 
Portraiture) ; registers, 28, 29 ; summed 
effect of a thousand brief exposures, 
23t ; order of exposure is indifferent, 239 
Phthisis, typical features of, r2 
Piety, morbid forms of, in the epileptic 
and insane, 45, 46 ; in the hysterical, 14g 
Pigafetta, 179, 181 
Polynesia, pet eels, r8r 
Ponies, their capacity for hearing shrill 
notes, 28 
Poole, R. Stuart, 8, 232 
Poole, W. H., 93 
Population, 207 ; population in town 
and country, 14, 241 ; changes of, 205 ; 
decays of, 208 ; effects of early marriages 
on, 209 
Portraits, composite (see Composite Por¬ 
traiture) ; number of elements in a 
portrait, 3, 4 ; the National Portrait 
Gallery, 4 
Prejudices instiHed by doctrinal teachers, 
150; affect the judgments of able men, 
I5I 
Presence-chamber in mind, 146 
Pricker for statistical records, 38 
Princeton College, U.S., 92, 93 
Prisms, double image, 227 
Proudfoot, Mr., 71 
Psychometric Experiments, 133 
Puritans, 3 
Quakers, frequency of colour blindness, 
32 . 
Quartiles 36 (see 64, 63) 
Questions on visualising and other allied 
faculties, 255 
Quetelet, 230 
Race and Selection, 198 ; influence of 
man upon, 200 ; variety and number of 
races in different countries, 202 ; sexual 
apathy of decaying races, 208 ; signs 
of superior race, 211 ; pride in being 
of good race, 216 
Races established to discover the best 
horses to breed from, 213 
Rapp, General, 126 
Rapture, religious, 46 
Rayleigh, Lord, sensitive flame and high 
notes, 27 
Reindeer, difficulty of taming, 186 
Religion, 150 
Renaissance, 129 
Republic of self-reliant men, 53; of life 
generally, 195 ; cosmic, 217 
Revivals, religious, 46 
Richardson, Sir John, 176 
Roberts, C., 14 (note) 
Roget, J., 82, 95 
Rome, wild animals captured for use of, 
184 
Rosière, marriage portion to, 214 
Sailors, keenness of eyesight tested, 22 ; 
admiralty life-histories of, 29 
St. James's Gazeife (Phantasmagoria), tax 
Savages, eyesight of, 22 
Schools, biographical notes at, 29 ; oppor¬ 
tunities of masters, 29 ; observation of 
characters at, 40, 42 
Schuster, Prof., 82, 94 
Seal in pond, a simile, 121, r22 ; captured 
and tamed, 189, 190 
Seemann, Dr., 180 
Seers (see chapter on Visionaries), 112 ; 
heredity of, 125 
Segregation, passionate terror at among 
cattle, 49 
Selection and Race, 198 
Self, becoming less personal, 193 
Sensitivity, 19 
Sentiments, early, 149 
Sequence of Test Weights, 23 
Serpent worship, 41, 181 
Servility (see Gregarious and Slavish 
Instincts), 47 ; its romantic side, 56 
Sexual differences in sensitivity, 20, 21 ; 
in character, 39 ; apathy in highly- 
bred animals, 199 . 
Siberia, change of population in, 205 
Slavishness (see Gregarious and Slavish 
Instincts), 47 
Smith, B. Woodd, 82, 95 ; curious 
Number-Form communicated by, 98 
Smythe, G. F., 102 
Snakes, horror of some persons at, 40 ; 
antipathy to, not common among man¬ 
kind, 41 
Socrates and his catalepsy, 127 
Solitude, 46, 47 
Sound, association of colour with, to6, 107 
Space and time, 196 
Spain, the races in, 202 
Speke, Capt., 178 
Spencer, H., blended outlines, 221 
Spiritual sense, the, 197 
Stars of great men, 126, 127 
Statistical Methods, 33 ; statistical 
constancy, 33 ; that of republics of self- 
reliant men, 53, 56 ; statistics of mental 
imagery, 64, 65 ; pictorial statistics, 233 
Stature of the English, 15, 16 
Steinitz, Mr., 67 
Stones, Miss, 94, 107 
Stow, Mr., 71 
Suna, his menagerie, 178
        

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