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top-margin annotation To Charles Darwin Esq.re with the Author's best Respects & Compli[damaged: cut]


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annotation p. 314 «p. 200}»t01 Cross-bred Fowls sittingt02
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annotation p 8 Pea fowls fighting & preeng their feathers
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annotation 34 — The chicks of Norfolk & Cambridge Turkey different
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annotation 48 Old Canada Geese wd not breed with Audubons, wheras th yong of sam spec «wd»
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annotation 79 Guinea ■Fowl■ rolling strong eggs into Nest
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annotation 87 Slight variation in China Goose ■
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annotation 101 & 103 Contrast in Teal & Wigeon breeding in confinement
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annotation 111 [corr. from `110'] White Peafowl of inferior size
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annotation 115 3 vars of China Goose (so that goose can vary)
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annotation 118 Duck could fly in Columella's time (Q)t01
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annotation 122— Become feral in Marshes (Q)t01
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annotation 137 Goose origin of — Apt to «(Qt01 pair quite as readily with other species as own
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annotation 139 Gander always White — —

annotation ― Prolificacy increased by high feeding

annotation 146 Bernicle Goose is increasng in power of breeding in confinement
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annotation 183 Cocks not created in Aristotles time
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annotation 202 Hybrids between Guinea-Fowls & Fowls (NQ)
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annotation horizontally crossed 253 Chickens of Spanish Fowls 264 of Dorkings 273 Cochin 277 Malays 285 «324 325 chicks of Polands.
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annotation 273■ Cockrels of Cochin do not show rudiment ■of tail feathers till oldish (Q)t01
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annotation 325 Golden Polands partly webbed Ot01    Qt02
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annotation 326 Distinction of sex comes on late in Polands    (true) Qt01
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annotation 8. Peahen makes first advances to Cock
from End Note 2 annotation Catalogue of Books at Beginning p. viii


annotation Though, perhaps or probably several of our domestic breeds may have descended from several wild stocks, yet I think others cannot probably have come from their crossing— on account of one absorbing the other & [damaged: ripped] without systematic selection, the difficulty of making thus any true Breed.
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annotation p. 188 good case of Hereditary accident with growth

annotation Fox thinks Cochin, Spanish, German, Bantam } original distinct breeds

annotation Geese p 142.
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