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from End Note 2 annotation 66; 69; 99;


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from End Note 2 annotation 66; 69; 99;


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lines 6—14 annotation Blank interval omitted
from End Note 2 annotation 126 calculation of sediment of Ganges;


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line 26 underline "127.5"
from End Note 2 annotation 133 — Time required for formation of Coal;


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from End Note 2 annotation 141 Retrocession of Falls;


bottom-margin annotation 233


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from End Note 2 annotation 167 Age of chief axes of Britain;


lines 2—27 annotation Silurian strata not like Tertiary — one steep [?]inlet at [?]Malvern


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top-margin annotation but what percentage of identical fossils in these stages — what term for each 3 or 4 percent
from End Note 2 annotation 207 Breaks are not real, elsewhere filled up

lines 1—13 annotation How can this be said, when we have such cases as Forbes 3 sets of shells

lines 17—24 annotation It is hard to judge of breaks.


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from End Note 2 annotation 212 & 214 good (a);


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from End Note 2 annotation 212 & 214 good (a);

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