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line 1 underline "De l'espèce"
line 6 underline "Godron"
line 14 underline "premier"
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line 1 underline "Fries"
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lines 1—2 annotation Believes in Mutability
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation p10 — Histry of Believers in Mutation
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation p 10    History of ‹Mutations› Believers of Mutatn


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 36 change in range of Sparrow


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lines 15—22 annotation Fish sam in differnt kinds of Water

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lines 11—8 annotation These are not natural acclimtistn


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lines 12—15 annotation like Peloria
     what does Ruta belong to
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line 16 underline "une ... monstruosité"
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lines 6—18 annotation Cases of plants with wides range identical.—
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lines 11—1 annotation this is like such cases as Ivy naturally ranging where cannot frut
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 77 on naturalised plants frm hotter countres becomig extinct —    one good case of plant naturalised , yet not setting seed —    like Ivy under nature


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lines 17—24 annotation I think these charcter of Alpine plants.
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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 90    curious special adaptation t particular localities in plants p. 95

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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 90    curious special adaptation t particular localities in plants p. 95


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 90    curious special adaptation t particular localities in plants p. 95


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lines 12—14 annotation Transition 2 organs
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 120 «& 124» Batrachian Ranunculus    2 kinds of Leaves, —means of Transition .


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 120 «& 124» Batrachian Ranunculus    2 kinds of Leaves, —means of Transition .


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lines 14—3 annotation Nothing whatever compared to geological faccts — puerile to quote them.
from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 134    Puerile t quot Pompeian & Aegyptian remains, as nothng in antiquity «to pre-Glacial Remains»


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 148 cases of seeds long buried coming up


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top-marginline 8 annotation Did he observe its origin
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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 160 case of ‹va› ancient variety of Mercurialis

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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 168    on th facility with which Aegilops triticoides is produced
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top-margin annotation This wd be vry good argument if we did not meet such difficulty in well-known [?]creatures

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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 181.    Hybrids of Partridge —


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink p. 183 cases of copulation of distinct molluscs so no repugnance under nature    p. 196 Hybrid Pheasants


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 195 [he means `193'] Antiquity of Common Mule in Bible

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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink p. 183 cases of copulation of distinct molluscs so no repugnance under nature    p. 196 Hybrid Pheasants


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 247    references about Hybrid — Papers
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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 249    Fertility of Hybrids    p 250


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from End Slip 2 annotation in brown ink 249    Fertility of Hybrids    p 250


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lines 16—18 annotation All used about dog
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line 8 annotation All used Cats
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lines 9—23 annotation give sumary of facts for origins— gradation of domstic race — fertility — crossng when turned out, & charcter of those gone wild.—
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lines 6—7 annotation p. 391 Black Asses no stripes
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from Page0389 #8212;7 annotation p. 391 Black Asses no stripes
from End Slip 2 annotation in pencil 391    No stripe on Black Ass
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