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lines 14—16 score
from End Slip 1 annotation p.43 Man — a small colony lose its language and yet impresses its character to certain extent & may increase into large nation.— 49 do

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line 22 underline "Malay ... language"

bottom-margin annotation if a small colony [illegible]

bottom-margin annotation native language [illegible]


lines 18—20 underline "[whole line]"


line 16 underline "Orang Sirani"
from End Slip 1 annotation p.43 Man — a small colony lose its language and yet impresses its character to certain extent & may increase into large nation.— 49 do

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lines 21—23 underline "with ... stocks"


lines 16—24 score
from End Slip 1 annotation 103 Tropical fruits have all been improved by Selection


lines 9—15 score
from End Slip 1 annotation lines 141—142 Distribution — Pigs swimming


lines 1—9 score
from End Slip 1 annotation lines 141—142 Distribution — Pigs swimming


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lines 4—6 score
from End Slip 1 annotation 150 Casuarius females sitting alternately ??
from End Slip 2 annotation p150 ask Casuarius


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from End Slip 1 annotation 178 & 207 Man

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line 8 underline "twisted beard"

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lines 16—20 score
from End Slip 1 annotation 203 Birds of Paradise seasonal


lines 11—15 score
from End Slip 1 annotation 178 & 207 Man


line 5 annotation [(sub)editorial marking(s)]
from End Slip 2 annotation 236 ✔ for Western read Eastern


line 17 underline "dancing-parties"
from End Slip 1 annotation 252 do Dance

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line 8 underline "are ... over"

line 11 underline "striped ... the"

line 13 underline "then overshadowed"

lines 14—15 underline "emerald ... throat"


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lines 16—17 annotation self-vanity
from End Slip 1 annotation 255 Man lines 445—453
from End Slip 2 annotation 255 Savages males self-ornament — do they care for admiration of women? or of other men, for presumably not exclusively self-admiration ?


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from End Slip 1 annotation 276 failure of instincts in Insects boring trees or sticking in holes

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from End Slip 1 annotation 290 Distribution


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lines 7—23 annotation so many insects no need to be conspicuous
from End Slip 1 annotation 295 Flowers not fine in Tropics
from End Slip 2 annotation 295 number of insects no need to be conspicuous.


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lines 7—25 annotation I think Humboldt remarks Tropical plants not so social


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from End Slip 1 annotation 306 Man beauty


lines 12—14 underline "[most of line]"
from End Slip 1 annotation 314 Sexual characters Diptera


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from End Slip 2 annotation 315 ✔ like Elk — do you not mean Moor or fallow Deer 399 ask

line 4 underline "elk"
line 4 annotation ?

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line 14 underline "None ... any"


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line 12 underline "feathers ... colour"

line 14 underline "across ... forehead"


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lines 18—19 underline "effect ... moultings"

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lines 24—25 underline "assumed ... season"


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lines 1—19 annotation variety of colour
from End Slip 1 annotation 388 Paradise — skim through Chapt.— 399
from End Slip 2 annotation 315 ✔ like Elk — do you not mean Moor or fallow Deer 399 ask

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lines 21—22 annotation I do not see & I wish I did see it the connection between variation having been first a long ago selected & then appearing at an earlier age than more recently selected variations. I can see, why an increase in the length of feathers, which has to be fully formed & then added to in length by variation & then further modified, shd appear later in life


line 8 underline "[a species name]"

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lines 19—20 underline "[most of line]"


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line 6 underline "black ... colour"

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line 9 underline "eighteen"


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from End Slip 1 annotation 431 Distrib, 435, 436


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from End Slip 1 annotation 431 Distrib, 435, 436


lines 18—22 score
from End Slip 1 annotation 431 Distrib, 435, 436


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from End Slip 1 annotation 255 Man lines 445—453


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line 3 annotation 456
from End Slip 1 annotation 255 Man lines 445—453


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lines 7—10 annotation like a herd of animals