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George Combe (1788–1858)

Combe, George. A Scotch phrenologist; born in Edinburgh, 1788; died in 1858. He wrote ‘The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects’ (1828) and many other works based upon phrenological science, as well as a volume of American notes.