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annotation p. 86 Crossed marked Pig [this book only 64 pages; reference unidentified]
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lines 12—21 annotation Measured legs & neck of Flamingo & fd. vy variable th long-legged being th more numerus.

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whole-margin annotation J. «who has had not much expernce with animals, ‹saya› «states» tht he» ‹has› observed a male silver pheasnt which ‹had› had ben victorius, had ben chosen by th femle, had its ornamtal plumge spoiled & ‹ever after thereafter from that time› «immediately» his rival got th upper hand & led th flock .


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     X    [From comparison of] old Black Rat with Aegyptian parnt, th colour was not originally black —    Now th Hanoverian Rat ocasionlly prduces a blue-black var. & it is said this var is rapidly incresing — so that he believes will sooner or later suplant th common brown var.— This he attributes to much greater difficulty in cats seeng th black var. in th dark in Houses. — .