Report an error Add this to your Mendeley library
Download Contents
  • Pages
  • Table of Contents
URL for Current Page
Scientific Names on this Page

Page No. 09

Indexed by Global Names
Click pages to select/de-select for download
Cancel Generate Review No Pages Added
Close Dialog

Generate My PDF


Book

If you are generating a PDF containing the text of a single journal article or book chapter, please provide title and author information.

BHL stores this information to allow these PDFs to be indexed, searched and retrieved by other users. If you download an article but do not provide title or author information, these articles will be lost.

Thank you for your request. Please wait for an email containing a link to download the PDF.

For your reference, the confirmation number for this request is .

There was an issue with the request. Please try again and if the problem persists, please send us feedback.

For your reference, the confirmation number for this request is .

  
Optional
Example: Charles Darwin, Carl Linnaeus
Example: Birds, Classification, Mammals
Contributed by Cambridge University Library
hide
 
show legend key
deleted pinholes visible line connects passages
« » inserted count up from last line ÷* long division
Credit
Annotation Not Available

annotation horizontally crossed p. 1 Youth more liable — care more for opinion of others
show subjects subjects

annotation Sighhing — Grief
show subjects subjects


annotation (Burgess on Blushng
show subjects subjects

annotation p. 1 Youth blushes
show subjects subjects

annotation 10    Description of fear
show subjects subjects

annotation 23    Females blush most
show subjects subjects

annotation 24 Designed by Creator, as check ⧟→ [to `accusers'] Tht01
t01 - `Th' in reddish-orange crayon
show subjects subjects

annotation horizontally crossed ―    In Ezra & Nehemiah — Bible

annotation horizontally crossed 31    scar in negro blushing

annotation horizontally crossed 33 Mulattos
show subjects concepts

annotation horizontally crossed 34 Otaheitians
show subjects concepts

annotation 38 Albinos blushing — (Iris)

annotation 43 Circassian do — disuse Tht01
t01 - `Th' in reddish-orange crayon

annotation 48 Morbid sensibility    Tht01
t01 - `Th' in reddish-orange crayon
show subjects subjects

annotation t01 50 Power of accuserst02t03
t01 - `☞' in dark pencil
t02 - `accusers' in dark grey ink over pencil
t03 - `✔' in reddish-orange crayon over pencil

annotation horizontally crossed 54 — Causes
show subjects subjects

annotation horizontally crossed 56 infant do not blush, but reddn with passion. (old age no)t01 (idiot do not blush)
t01 - `(old age no)' in dark grey ink
show subjects subjects

annotation horizontally crossed 61 Hereditary
show subjects subjects
show subjects concepts

annotation horizontally crossed in dark grey ink 62 Blushing no proof of guilt ✔t01
t01 - `✔' in reddish-orange crayon
show subjects subjects

annotation 68 Rage, expression of — Rage
show subjects subjects
show subjects concepts

annotation vertically crossed 114 122 } Why face blushes more —
show subjects subjects

annotation vertically crossed 125)— Exposure to air.—
show subjects subjects

annotation vertically crossed 128 whole body glows
show subjects subjects

annotation vertically crossed 133 Sensation on face before blush
show subjects subjects

annotation vertically crossed 134 Concomitants of Blushing & shame

annotation /over


annotation horizontally crossed 137
show subjects concepts

annotation vertically crossed p 156 — only a moral «‹or rathr›» ? stimulus excite blush (not a passion) not shruggng shoulders (no s■hyness) commonest of all causes or self consciousness

annotation horizontally crossed 177 Decline of blush
show subjects subjects

annotation N.B Personal remark make a person blush mor than anythng.
show subjects subjects

annotation vertically crossed || It is difficulty on my view that «self-concous» vanity does not cause blush — it is on depressing self-consciousness which alone causes it — No a pretty girl who think a man «is» admirng her will blush— —One is more sensitive to th ill-feeling than good opinion of others.—

annotation in dark grey ink «180 — says depressng — cannot be called either excitg or deprssing»
show subjects subjects

annotation horizontally crossed 182    Herditary blushing — 10 children    tear-drop in youngest.t01
t01 - `tear-drop in youngest.' in dark grey ink
show subjects subjects

annotation vertically crossedin dark grey ink t01 187 «188.»t02 upbraiding shy people makes them worse
t01 - `✔' in reddish-orange crayon
t02 - `188.' in dark grey ink

annotation in dark grey ink Edgeworth quoted (good)
show subjects subjects

annotation All about Blushng except p. 68 Rage
     (Burgess)


annotation Burgess on Blushing    p. 10
show subjects subjects

annotation      Fear
show subjects subjects
show subjects concepts

annotation in regard to voice in Aeneid “Obstupui , steteruntque comae, et vox faucibus haesit.”
show subjects subjects
show subjects concepts


annotation but ‹som› «th» albinos ‹obsrv› «observed» by Dr. B.
     ‹Dr B› “th slightst attmps to exam them [illegible words] excites blushng”t01
     Dr B observed with ‹th› two albinos ‹whom he examined,› that th — “caused thm to blus deeply. —
t01 - `but ‹som› ... blushng”' in pencil


annotation cancelled p. 10 Exprssion
show subjects concepts

annotation cancelled B. says Blushing Hereditay in one family (both parents being much subject) except in one child diseased with cyanosis ‹heart›.—