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top-margin annotation The work of degradation goes on in inland bays.— St Joseph.—


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lines 9—12 annotation Peru


lines 11—2 annotation Mouth of St of Magellan /
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bottom-margin annotation Pebbles beaches enormous manufactory for sediment draw back.— muddy water Callao
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from Front Note 1 annotation Mississippi, New Madrid, & Caraccas } 46

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top-margin annotation 34 [×] 60 [=] 2040
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from Front Note 2 annotation p. 218 Dolomieu Calabria


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     24 [?]If elevation date wrong 1752 eheu !


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bottom-margin annotation Jamaica. Isd in Pacific Ocean


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from Front Note 1 annotation Necker on curves Mag. & Mountain chains p. 326


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from Front Note 2 annotation p. 336 trees touching ground


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top-margin annotation It is somewhere said Hippopotamus found in rivers of Asia — ?! This must be looked to


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top-margin annotation why if changes in circumstances rapid not changes in species.— It looks as if each peculiarity required to be firmly impressed XX
bottom-margin annotation XX hence plants long cultivated cannot be recognized ! — Pyramids of Egypt.

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bottom-margin annotation Because there were localities fitted for simplest animals, as well as the most complex , therefore some remained simple ,if not created . The incidental good that one race performs to others [continues on page 375] proves adaptation in Universe .


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bottom-margin annotation No more inexplicable than Bump in Indian Cow or change in Plants.—


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lines 13—34 annotation In mammalia we must stick to one rule — let fertility be test.—
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bottom-margin annotation Hogs    varieties in animals but—    in plants species which are fertile ?
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bottom-margin annotation Mem. finds of Land Shells


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bottom-margin annotation Varieties are made rapidly by man.
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line 1bottom-margin annotation Not time to form varieties in America & Australia —
     Appeal to any breeder, whether if none imported, some breed would no «X» be endemic

top-margin annotation X I think this fact coupled with Egyptian shows change suddeny produced
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bottom-margin annotation Yet «those» animals in certain countries have been changed , but yet fresh ones now imported do not change — Oxen do not get long horns now in S. Africa .
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     Falkland Rabbit & Horse
     Study Azara.    Mice of Cape de Verde

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bottom-margin annotation ⧟ Have they? What is date of Cat of Persia    Dog of Australia .    sheep of Cape of Good Hope.


top-margin annotation Llama in S. America
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bottom-margin annotation Study Horticultural Transactions


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bottom-margin annotation Wild dog of Australia, grand fact.
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bottom-margin annotation It would be good experiment to find whether plants which transmit their varieties easily, ‹are› present any difficulties in crossing. —

bottom-margin annotation / There appear two kinds of variations one persistent & other varying . Man offers instance of first. — / how is [?]fact of crossing with them .—


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top-margin annotation A— So thy maybe be not very permanently ⸮ Esquimaux dog— on Indian Cattle could they.

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top-margin annotation The idea of slowness ,& of long intermarriage to make variety perfect & then when perfect it will rebranch off.—

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bottom-margin annotation In those where change greatest we do not know what was aboriginal


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bottom-margin annotation The effects of time must be shown in effecting propagation . Wheat ,& old vegetables most constant . Yet we hear of new & strange varieties produced in [?]far [continues on page 409] countries
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bottom-margin annotation ⧟ & when perpetuated, more might be gained like the intellect of civilized man .—
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