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annotation 84 & 184 — duplicate pages /
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line 1 annotation in brown ink 1834


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lines 13—9 annotation yet so many breeds!
bottom-margin annotation not true with respect to Sheep — V Phil . Transact.

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from End Slip annotation 17 Devonshire Ox larger than Bull & much larger than (Q)


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lines 1—5 annotation / fleece & fat in sheep /
top-margin annotation This is a kind of instance of law of equivalent development— mentioned by French writers

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top-margin annotation This is really like Bars on Pigeons — consderng that Falkland were Spanish & Tinian .
from End Slip annotation 48 Old Welsh cattle white red-ears (Q)t01
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lines 24—43 annotation Very curious History
from End Slip annotation 51 St01 Curious case of quick deterioration by neglect in Glamorgan cattle showng some «(Selection always goig on»
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from End Slip annotation 62    Welch Cattle cannot be improved «(Qt01 by crossing 69 Scotch do.—
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top-marginline 17 annotation In wild countries «where a good many are killed out & conditions uniform» it certainly appears XX scarcely possible to cross the aborigines — they so far become like species

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bottom-margin annotation Dr. Fleming says fossil oxen of ‹Ireland› Scotland larger than present


top-marginline 7 annotation XX It shows that these races have a considerable degree ,(not only of similarity one to another) of permanence of character & this is one chief character of species
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from End Slip annotation 75 Great improvement by crossing in 10 years in Arran


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from End Slip annotation 62    Welch Cattle cannot be improved «(Qt01 by crossing 69 Scotch do.—
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from End Slip annotation 62    Welch Cattle cannot be improved «(Qt01 by crossing 69 Scotch do.—
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from End Slip annotation 62    Welch Cattle cannot be improved «(Qt01 by crossing 69 Scotch do.—
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from End Slip annotation 62    Welch Cattle cannot be improved «(Qt01 by crossing 69 Scotch do.—
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top-margin annotation In Parks aided by selection.—
from End Slip annotation 116 St01 English Cattle have strongly altered since Heny VII time ,& doubled their size (insensbl selctn)
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from End Slip annotation 62    Welch Cattle cannot be improved «(Qt01 by crossing 69 Scotch do.—
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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil (a)    These facts explain curious statement of Dr Anderson of fine-fleeced sheep of some [continues on page 117] northern isld. being little affected by imported
from End Slip annotation «116 St01 Selection governed by soil — Each District has prejudice for own Breed.»
from End Slip annotation 116 Fifeshire same case Shows origin not known till well formed Breed.—
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from End Slip annotation 128 Ayrshire Breed has originated within century ; how not known — probably crosses
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from End Slip annotation Rt01 155 Galloways with rudimentary Horns 174 at early age
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top-marginline 15 annotation the adaptation of coat to climate. Curious case of vis medicatrix.—

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Rudiments)

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from End Slip annotation 190 The great progenitor of Long-Horn when yearling vry unpromising.


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from End Note 2 annotation p 191 grain of th meat
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from End Slip annotation 193 Shakspeare Bull, a sport in shape

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