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perfectly calm."This retraction of the lips and uncovering of the teeth duringparoxysms of rage, as if to bite the offender, is so remarkable,considering how seldom the teeth are used by men in fighting,that I inquired from Dr. J. Crichton Browne whether the habitwas common in the insane whose passions are unbridled.He informs me that he has repeatedly observed it both with the insaneand idiotic, and has given me the following illustrations:--Shortly before receiving my letter, be witnessed an uncontrollableoutbreak of anger and delusive jealousy in an insane lady.At first she vituperated her husband, and whilst doing so foamedat the mouth.