A. Reibmayr, Die Entwicklungsgeschichte des Talentes und Genies, 1908, Bd. i, p. 70. R. Hellmann, Ueber Geschlechtsfreiheit, p. 14. This belief seems frequent among young girls in Continental Europe. It forms the subject of one of Marcel Prevost's Lettres de Femmes. In Austria, according to Freud, it is not uncommon, exclusively among girls. XV, Sect.
See Post, Afrikanische Jurisprudenz, Oldenburg, 1887. Munzinger, Ueber das Recht und Sitten der Bogos, Winterthur 1859; Casalis, Les Bassoutos, Paris, 1859; Maclean, Kafir Laws and Customs, Mount Coke, 1858, etc. Waitz, iii. 423 seq. Post's Studien zur Entwicklungsgeschichte des Familien Rechts Oldenburg, 1889, pp. 270 seq.
Reibmayr, Entwicklungsgeschichte des Talentes und Genics, Bd. II, p. 31. Mardrus, Les Mille Nuits, vol. xvi, p. 158. In Ch. IX of the present volume it has already been necessary to discuss the meaning of the term, "morality." Thus, in Paris, in 1906, in the rich quarters, the birthrate per 1,000 inhabitants was 19.09; in well-to-do quarters, 22.51; and in poor quarters, 29.70.
Reibmayr, Die Entwicklungsgeschichte des Talentes und Genies., Bd. i, p. 437. We may exclude altogether, it is scarcely necessary to repeat, the quality of virginity that is to say, the possession of an intact hymen since this is a merely physical quality with no necessary ethical relationships.
The embryo of the dog is from Bischoff, 'Entwicklungsgeschichte des Hunde-Eies, 1845, tab. xi. fig. 42B. This drawing is five times magnified, the embryo being twenty-five days old. The internal viscera have been omitted, and the uterine appendages in both drawings removed. I was directed to these figures by Prof.