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lines 23—27 annotation ancestral & modern types


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line 12 underline "par ... composition"
from End Slip annotation 65 Curious statement on what plan animals created (good to put at end of Chapt. 6) (Q)

line 14 underline "ressemblance"

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line 27 annotation Q

line 27 underline "bien ... fécond"
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bottom-margin annotation I demur to this alone


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top-margin annotation all this will follow from selection. The unity of course due to inheritance


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top-margin annotation As it appears to me strongest argument against G.H. is existence of trees, which are so hardly [?]separate from animals


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from End Slip annotation 214 Law of connexion invariable


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from End Slip annotation 215 (Q) Monstrosities, always resembles other species (allude to this in Ch. 7)
from End Slip annotation 215 Properly speaking there is but one animal

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from End Slip annotation 216 speaks of ultimate form of species as irrevocable!

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top-margin annotation All this is not G.H. writing but he approves & publishes it
from End Slip annotation 218 Does not seem to attribute Unity to inheritance for speaks of it as Law

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