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lines 6—22 annotation He objects no proof, but one can see whether agrees with commn experience


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whole-margin annotation If one thinks ever so attentively on pleasant subject, no contraction of brow, but if an puzzle or difficulty occurs, thogh not actually unpleasant, brow contracts, evry ‹strng contrst› «difficulty» drng early infancy accompand by this movemnt; ‹th› Perhps aided by vision in primordial times.—
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line 6bottom-margin annotation Does iris contract under emotion — well shwn to do so in Brain affection ? Bowman, How in paroxysm of mania?


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