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annotation p. 163 Where has Daubenton published an account of his crosses in Sheep?
     Where see French. Agricult. Periodicals.

annotation p. 234 only lambs?
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annotation 240 “dropt-Horn” Ewes—
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annotation p 238 about Dorset havng premature period of oestrum. —
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annotation p .491 Hot country sheep all phthisical: Will thy breed?—} get full particulars}

annotation 496— Tessiers Paper. date?

annotation in blue crayon p 364    Horns misplcd grwng on throat
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annotation 18.    Ancient selection    good Selectt01
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annotation 19    Return of sheep t dark colours occasionally p. 145 p 234 Rt01
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annotation 20    All hornless breeds occasionally drop sheep with horns «i.e. taking after other vars. R»t01 or rudimnts of? «Ch. I.» throwng Back
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annotation 25 . Fat-tailed sheep, mem rudiments of tail    Compensation Ch. I

annotation 60 . Splendid sentence on Selection . St01
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annotation 70    Effects of pastures «(Q)t01 on Wool «p. 185 in Australia» p 70 ‹top› counteracted by Selectiont02 «S»t03 p 117 do 120 «(Qt04 do. p 167
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annotation in dark brown ink «71    on slow insensible change in wool of British breeds S»t01
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annotation 114    3 vars. of fat-tailed sheep — (t01 120 fat under throat Q)t02
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annotation 121 Guinea sheep males horned females hornless
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annotation .p 131 In Argali smaller 134
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annotation 138 Horns of Wallachian «(Qt01 p 148 of Merino «Ewes Hornless» p 234 Horns of South Downs — 247
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annotation 123. old crosses of Spanish & Morocco sheep St01
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annotation (X)t01 142    Many Horns generally accompanied by coarse fleeces( Correlation) Qt02
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annotation 142    Livingston on pendent ears proof long domestication (disuse)

annotation 147 in 1464 sheep exported from England to Spain St01
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annotation 152 — On th Migratry sheep of Spain
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annotation 171 Selection of merinos in Saxony S t01
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annotation 172 important under Laws of Variation
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annotation 178    in 4th cross Wool altered completely— ‹[illegible word]
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annotation 181 Merino sheep «Q»t01 not quite fertile when first introduced into England
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annotation in dark brown ink «Roulin on sheep in S. Amrica not quit fertile»

annotation 266    Welch-sheep returning thrice into Wales (Q)t01
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annotation 293 Hardiness of cheviots proved by even crosses failing
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annotation 301    Sheep descending t coast instinctively for sea-weed
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annotation 312 Strong sentence «(Qt01 on each sheep adapted to its district. Two main Fam. long & short «wooled»
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annotation 312    Sheep separating «Qt01 according to their Breed, when turned out (Ch. 6. Separation «of vars»)
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annotation 314    On Selection alterng breeds of sheep within 50 years without crossing by unconscious selection.t01 St02
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annotation 319 — good sentence St01
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annotation 315    excellent case of two men unconsciously altrng their breeds by selectng for differnt objects

annotation 325 Leicester sheep not fitted for mountain pastures (Q)t01
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annotation ― Black-faced resist crosses (Q)
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annotation 364. Crosses producing rudimental Horns
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annotation 377 Sheep returning home passionately (Q)
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annotation 404 Lambs if separated frm flock will eat poisonous herbs (Q)
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annotation 408    on ears pendent or erect according to locality inhabited

annotation 491    on gret difference in Sheep from foreign countries in Zoolog. Gardens to die of Phthisis (Q)t01
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annotation 494— On qualities becoming fixed by selection, & fitted to their own districts St01
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annotation ― avoid too close breeding in —
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annotation 496    Tessier on gestation of Ewes Paris 1817. see Roy. Cat Separat Books (NQ)t01
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annotation 520    On drafting the Ewe flock — good sentencet01 St02
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annotation ―    Variability of best breeds.t01    St02
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annotation 20 Rudimnts do p 364 by crossing
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annotation 8 to 25
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annotation p. 148 Merinos (as for 9 pair horn )
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annotation [in top centre] (134 Female Musmon without Horns sometimes)
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annotation [on right-hand side] medium4 ☞ Read. Journ. of As. Soc. of Bengal. vol 10. part 2. p. 881 (in Geolog Soc) E. Blyth on colour wild sheep—. —