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CHARLES CALDWELL, M. D.
SAMUEL COLMAN, No. 114 FULTON-STREET,
Mrs. Harriet Stone
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1838, by
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the
G. F. HOPKINS & Sox, Printers
From the minutes of the New-York Phrenological Society, April 4,
Resolved, that we have heard with much pleasure of the arrival in this City of Professor Charles Caldwell, the accomplished expounder and able defender of Phrenological Science, and that we respectfully invite him to deliver a Course of Lectures on that subject before this Society and our fellow-citizens generally.
Resolved, that we have also heard with like satisfaction that Doctor Caldwell has prepared a reply to two published Lectures of Doctor Sewall, and to other antiphrenologists, and that we respectfully solicit of him the manuscript of the same for publication.
Resolved, that a committee of five be appointed from this Society to convey to Professor Caldwell the foregoing resolutions, and to express to him, in behalf of this Society, the high respect we entertain for him as a gentleman, a scholar, and a phrenologist.
Resolved, that a committee of three from this Society be appointed to superintend the publication of the before-mentioned manuscript, and to make suitable arrangements for the delivery of the proposed Course of Lectures.
JOHN B. SCOTT, PRESIDent.