George Combe

George Combe, 1836<br/>by [[Daniel Macnee]] George Combe (21 October 1788 – 14 August 1858) was a Scottish lawyer and the leader and spokesman of the phrenological movement for over 20 years. He founded the Edinburgh Phrenological Society in 1820 and wrote the influential study ''The Constitution of Man'' (1828). Combe was trained in Scots law and had an Edinburgh solicitor's practice. After his marriage in 1833, Combe devoted himself in later years to promoting phrenology internationally. Provided by Wikipedia

by Combe, George
Published 1841
Maclachlan, Stewart, & Company

by Combe, George
Published 1854
Simpkin, Marshall

by Combe, George
Published 1844
J. Watson

by Combe, George
Published 1845
Maclachlan, Stewart, & Co

by Hurlbut, Elisha P.
Published 1847
Maclachlan, Stewart, & Co
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