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top-margin annotation ⸮ Has not great force tendeny to break things smoothy, mem pane of glass with bullet


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line 15 underline "made ... upwards"
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lines 3—5 annotation St Helena


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line 3 annotation scoriae


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line 10 underline "chiefly"
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lines 14—15 annotation ⸮ ( no doubt generally

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line 9 underline "Rimao"
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line 6 underline "Pacific"
lines 10—14 annotation dip seaward
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bottom-margin annotation What would Hopkins say to expansion without fissures ??
from End Note 2 annotation vertically crossed cancelled / Vol [?]II . p. 257
     24 [?]If elevation date wrong 1752 eheu !


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lines 12—4 annotation Ehrenbergh
from Front Note 1 annotation p. 25.    elevated hills Red Sea


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lines 23—9 annotation odd [?]chance of [?]miner [ie `minerals'?] in tusk


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top-margin annotation Why not estuary ?
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line 6bottom-margin annotation first origin ?
     beach ?/


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bottom-margin annotation / (Azores ?)
     (Melted lava)
     / Galapagos
     ( throug volcanic rocks)


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top-margin annotation Black silicified wood
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lines 8—15 annotation ⧟ B. Blac red Changed

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lines 17—21 annotation X / Patagonia /
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bottom-margin annotation This different from other section & like Patagonia


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bottom-margin annotation Ascension


top-margin annotation (a very admirable specimen of descriptive geology)


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top-margin annotation excellent for beginners but elementary


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lines 18—13 annotation excellent
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bottom-margin annotation Leave out Mosaic flood? flood generally
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lines 23—3 annotation Mem Ascension
     Migratn gives London more frm [illegible word]


figure 157 annotation How far from base of escarpment does gravel extend (1 to 3 ought to be more marked) (than 3 to 4—).
from End Note 2 annotation vertically crossed 224 Capital)

figure 157 annotation show ‹elevation› «inclination» after elevation into dry land /
from Front Note 1 annotation (p.224. — Shows inclination after elevation into dry land)
from End Note 2 annotation vertically crossed 224 Capital)


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figure 162 annotation Diluvius tilted /
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lines 6—8 apparently unintentional mark


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lines 2—25 annotation transverse valleys. every Crust
     [?]frmtn [ie `formation'?] of liniar valleys
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whole-margin annotation incomprehensilbe to me : { it appears owing to your dread of Elevation Craters }
bottom-margin annotation ridge of unstratified rock vera causa


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bottom-margin annotation Make analogy stronger pumpin in , instead of out fluid rock /


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line 16bottom-margin annotation What do they say ?


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top-margin annotation [[Is there not marine animal, case undistinguishable]]


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top-margin6 annotation How wonderful that any character of vegetable earth remains } silicification


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line 3bottom-margin annotation All this comes rather flat after first admirable chapters
     do p. 297


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lines 1—10 annotation Cordillera


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lines 2—17 annotation Coast of Brazil
     Fresh water & other formations /


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lines 15—12 annotation Pampas Delta
bottom-margin annotation Has Indian delta been examined .— Kunkare where can I read account?


lines 8—31 annotation // very strong // & vry honest
bottom-margin annotation / as long as Didelphis / & Monky no progression
     Man strng fact on opposite side / you lean /


top-margin annotation I think it is an argument for prevalenc of certain ‹ord› classes at formr times, the prevalenc of orders now.— as pachyderms in Tertiary— Deer now /

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     do not understand
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bottom-margin annotation Galapagos plenty of reptiles
bottom-margin annotation / Distribution of animal at present day , evidenly not owg to mere circumstances: ∴ great lizards not:—


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lines 8—15 annotation T. del Fuego


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lines 1—9 annotation Unfortunate


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line 4 underline "reader"
line 4 annotation beginners


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top-margin annotation Is it good paper?


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bottom-margin annotation X vry common

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bottom-margin annotation arrival of fresh heated matter


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top-margin annotation good abstract
line 5bottom-margin annotation Snow — Hence Metamorphic ; not like basalt «Cordillera»

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top-margin annotation Does any one ?


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lines 5—6 annotation St Jago

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line 22 underline "600 ... high"
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top-margin annotation fragments brougt up much more altered .

bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil colourng matter left dike
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top-margin annotation Wire has been known to crystallize & become brittle from frost ∴ arrangement of particles


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lines 1—26 annotation ⸮ would not percolation destroy symmetry ?


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top-margin annotation in pale pencil { permeation of solid coral rock by tides }

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top-margin annotation is this theory or fact


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top-margin annotation Henslow Botany

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top-marginline 7 annotation contras general lowness of Tertiary formations
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lines 1—14 annotation / Elementary


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lines 7—23 annotation almost solely elevation ∵ rests on very hypothesisis


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lines 5—8 annotation Sir J Hersch
line 7 underline in dark pencil "infinitesimal"
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lines 17—6 annotation Does it not always appear vice versâ


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top-margin annotation ⧟ beneath coast of Chili
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