Grey's Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, London, 1841, vol. ii. pp. 237, 298. Bulletin de la Societe d'Anthropologie, 1888, vol. xi. p. 652. I abridge the answers. Bulletin de la Societe d'Anthropologie, 1888, vol. xi. p. 386. The same is the practice with the Papuas of Kaimani Bay, who have a high reputation of honesty.

'It was quite dry inside the shell, and I worked away at the fish with my spear, till he saw reason to open his shell, and out I came. Then the good woman laughed; and Pivi and his two wives lived happy ever afterwards. Bulletin de la Société d'Anthropologie. Once upon a time two young men living in a small village fell in love with the same girl.

Indeed, not only for the higher, but also for the lower manifestation of the sexual impulse, it would usually be more correct to use instead the qualification "human." Loc. cit., Archives d'Anthropologie Criminelle, Jan., 1907. It has, however, become colored and suspect from an early period in the history of Christianity. St. Hinton well illustrates this feeling.

B. MALON, Le Socialisme Integral, 2 vol., Paris, 1892. ZULIANI, Il privilegio della salute, Milan, 1893. LETOURNEAU, Passé, présent et avenir du travail, in Revue mensuelle de l'école d'anthropologie, Paris, June 15, 1894. "Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp," is the way Robert Browning expresses this in "Andrea Del Sarto." Translator. Tr.

Capitan described to the Societe d'anthropologie de Paris a young man without arms, who was said to play a violin and cornet with his feet. He was able to take a kerchief from his pocket and to blow his nose; he could make a cigarette, light it, and put it in his mouth, play cards, drink from a glass, and eat with a fork by the aid of his dexterous toes.

'And again: "Ces braves gens qui, pour peu qu'ils aient lu un ou deux livres de mythologie et d'anthropologie, et un ou deux recits de voyages, ne manqueront pas de se mettre a comparer a tort et a travers, et pour tout resultat produiront la confusion."

Letourneau, in Bulletin de la Soc. d'Anthropologie, 1888, vol. xi. p. 476. Walter, Das alte Wallis, p. 323; Dm. Bakradze and N. Khoudadoff in Russian Zapiski of the Caucasian Geogr. Society, xiv. Part I. Bancroft's Native Races; Waitz, Anthropologie, iii. 423; Montrozier, in Bull. Soc. d'Anthropologie, 1870; Post's Studien, etc.

Thus the humerus in most of the Greek statues, including the Apollo Belvidere, is longer than those of modern Europeans, according to a writer in the Bulletin de la Societe d'Anthropologie of Paris, and resembles more nearly that of the modern Nubians than any other people. This is a quadrumanous approximation.

The influence of impeded respiration in exciting more or less perverted forms of sexual gratification has been discussed in a section of "Love and Pain" in the third volume of these Studies. See, e.g., the experiments of Obici on this point, Revista Sperimentale di Freniatria, 1903, pp. 689, et seq. Summarized in Archives d'Anthropologie Criminelle, March, 1903, p. 188.

The lads and lasses go about from house to house, making the customary request; in some places they wear masks or are otherwise disguised. See Ch. Beauquier, op. cit. pp. 31-33. Curiously enough, while the singular is granno-mio, the plural is grannas-mias. Dr. Pommerol, "La fête des Brandons et le dieu Gaulois Grannus," Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d'Anthropologie de Paris, v.