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lines 5—6 score
lines 5—6 annotation madness?

[continues overleaf] 21—23 score
lines 21—23 annotation order


[continuation] 1—5 score
top-margin annotation He prior to Gratiolet

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top-margin annotation 14—‹[illegible word]› 16t01
t01 - `16' in dark pencil


lines 9—13 score
lines 7—14 annotation ! Face most expressive because nerves rise nearest th Brain !!!

figure 15 annotation Bad taste


line 2 annotation Translated
from End Note annotation 21 to 27 [corrected form `26'] His view given
     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
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top-margin annotation in dark pencil lines 17—20


lines 3—16 annotation Each abstract idea appears to mind like real object
from End Note annotation 21 to 27 [corrected form `26'] His view given
     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
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line 10 [
lines 10—5 score
from Front Slip, Side 3 annotation Expression
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     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
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figure 19 annotation Horror


lines 1—5 unmarked
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lines 2—4 score

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from Front Slip, Side 6 annotation Expression    of Exprssn
     Perhaps have givn illustrtn of this point
     exprssn

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     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
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lines 10—3 score
lines 11—8 annotation His thery !!
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from End Note annotation 21 to 27 [corrected form `26'] His view given
     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
     p lines 107—9 Th. resume—


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lines 8—5 score
lines 18—4 annotation Henle face muscls not vy distinct so Huxley says .


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lines 1—2 score
lines 10—11 underline "und ... Auges"
top-margin annotation corrugators used in shuttng eyes vy closely.

line 12bottom-margin annotation Henle considers Corrugator as part of Osb. Palp.

lines 4—1 score
line 4bottom-margin annotation says dogs have corrugator


top-margin annotation lines 41—44


lines 1—13 annotation wrinkle forehead pulling on ‹both› «a boot».—
     a stammerer—
     Concentrated thought, when difficulty —
     seeing or hearing anythng with difficulty.
     / Suffering diseased Men.—


lines 4—8 annotation Expression of eyes modifies character of frown—


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top-margin annotation widely open eyes astonishmnt

figure 45 annotation Excessive Laughter


figure 47 annotation Still more excessive laughter, so .as to have bitter expression


lines 7—12 annotation occip-frntal raises eyebrows & thus opens eyes widely


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lines 4—1 score
lines 4—2 annotation shing of eye


top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 8—20 score
lines 8—20 annotation Secretion of tears excited differently from saliva or milk

lines 12—10 score
lines 11—4 annotation same nerve to conjunctiva & tear-gland
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lines 22—1 annotation Rubbish — no explanation — nerve excited because near seat of mind.—
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lines 12—23 annotation why do tears relieve grief
     ∵ why do scream relieve pain —


line 6 underline "Lebensmonate"
lines 10—3 annotation (Q)t01 Cretins do not cry nor Babies
t01 - `(Q)' in brown ink

top-margin annotation lines 45—48


top-margin annotation Brightness of eye depends on fullness of ball

lines 1—4 score
lines 1—3 annotation in Cholera Eye collapsed
line 7 score
line 7 annotation in dead do


lines 18—19 score
lines 9—23 annotation in Fever eyes sparkle, owig to capsules gorged with blood, so perhaps in passion


lines 12—8 annotation in grief circulation depressed & eye dull
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line 1 underline "Freude ... Zorn"

top-margin annotation lines 45—48


line 14 underline "funkelnd"
line 14 annotation sparkle


lines 7—8 annotation Drinking eye dull


top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 13—23 annotation Kissing imitation of suckig-movemts of Baby: after nodding, but not an instinct for Fuegians do not kiss.—


lines 7—18 annotation mouth opened with bitter taste that the tongue may not be rubbed against palate

line 10bottom-margin annotation good accont of expression frm bad taste . upper lip raised


top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 5—28 annotation Thinks th bitter look, with raised upper lip come in expression of horror— — Leonardo says upper lip raised. as if for scream.


top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 4—8 annotation In great exertion one shuts mouth & teeth firmly.
lines 11—15 score
lines 11—22 annotation th exertion spreads in useless way to other muscles; especially face muscles— (so in yawning)


lines 5—1 score
lines 5—1 annotation nearly my view


lines 18—22 score
lines 15—17 annotation firmly closed mouth expresses

top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 16—5 annotation in pale pencil All like my views
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lines 12—4 annotation in ‹passion› «rage» upper lip raised !! frm bitter taste & teeth closed for energy

lines 3—1 score
line 2 annotation X
bottom-margin annotation X    Wings of nostril raised, because respiration & heart action increased. & with closed teeth person must breath through nose — No
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line 3 annotation Contemptuos exprssion


top-marginline 5 annotation lifts head & looks downwards & sideways & half closes Eyes.

lines 7—4 score
line 2 underline "Luft auszustossen"
line 10bottom-margin annotation upper lip bitter expression
     Lower lip as if to push away somethg disagreable
     blows out air as if to blow away some insignificant object .
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top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 14—22 score
top-marginline 23 annotation When Eustachian tube plugged by mucus in inflammation of the throat . Hearing rendered difficult .

lines 5—3 score
line 5bottom-margin annotation He who listens to unclear sound opens his mouth → See my old notes — Whales Dr. Murie.    all vry doubtful


lines 4—7 annotation (I must quote him).—
from End Note annotation 21 to 27 [corrected form `26'] His view given
     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
     p lines 107—9 Th. resume—

lines 11—15 score
lines 14—15 score
lines 8—13 annotation elevates eyebrows ‹&› in astonishment «&» opens mouth.
from End Note annotation 21 to 27 [corrected form `26'] His view given
     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
     p lines 107—9 Th. resume—

lines 18—22 score
line 22 underline " Vorstellungen ... Gegenstände"
lines 15—22 annotation My theory «is here» given; & is applied to mental phenomena.
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lines 1—9 unmarked
from Front Slip, Side 10 annotation (special) like movemt of eyebrows in Baboons

bottom-margin annotation When horses & dogs surprised & startled they prick their ears, Man opens mouth — & raises eyebrows

top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 4—1 score
lines 4—3 annotation /rudimentary
from End Note annotation ☞ p. 91. Perhaps a rudiment, Ask W. Turner .
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bottom-margin annotation See Moreau's Essay.— He does not know this Essay
     The variability of Muscles of face stated by Moreau perhaps indicates the tendeny to rudimntary condition in many. & agrees with descent


lines 14—16 score
lines 11—23 annotation nostrils distended «in surprise &» in Careful observation / This if true curiosity.— Perhaps owig to being startled.


line 2 underline "Mm. ... nasi"
lines 3—5 score
lines 3—5 annotation orifice of nose made smaller

lines 13—16 annotation in bad smell shut nostrils with upper lip

top-margin annotation lines 45—48


line 9 underline "rückweises"
line 9 underline "Zwerchfell"
line 9 annotation diaphrgm
lines 8—13 annotation by Laughter after powerful respiration goes back by starts; conversely in crying

lines 15—24 score
lines 13—26 annotation attributes respiration affected by emotions to nerves arising near sense-organs!!!


lines 1—18 annotation In fact he explains nothing about laughing or crying.

lines 5—1 score
line 5 underline "Zeichen ... Innervation"
bottom-margin annotation spasmodic action, want of force, use nerves which wd show during exertion of inspiration

top-margin annotation lines 45—48


lines 12—15 score
top-marginline 17 annotation In laughter & cryng mouth opened wide speaks as if no difference in shape!! see Duchennes Photographs


line 2 underline "l, h, o"
lines 4—6 score
line 4 underline "p, q"

lines 6—2 score
line 5 annotation Smile

bottom-margin apparently unintentional mark


lines 6—12 annotation dimple caused by «some» muscles not extendng to corner of mouth
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lines 1—4 score
lines 3—4 annotation oh ⧟
top-margin annotation Gret laughter approaches to pain, therefor brows contracted !!!

top-margin annotation lines 45—48


top-marginline 13 annotation action of depressor alae nasi only difference between crying & violent laughing. I rather trust Duchenne; but how little known about muscles
     The action of this muscle is to narrow nose & says it can be easily perceivd.

lines 4—2 score
line 6bottom-margin annotation This muscle does not contract in Babies


lines 14—17 score

line 14bottom-margin annotation in Babies tears irritate eyes & suronding muscles contract !!! oh oh !! Sir C. Bell


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from End Note annotation After p. 109    Not one word for me.
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line 9 apparently unintentional mark


annotation 21 to 27 [corrected form `26'] His view given
     p. 88    do to end of Chapt
     p lines 107—9 Th. resume—
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annotation ☞ p. 91. Perhaps a rudiment, Ask W. Turner .
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annotation After p. 109    Not one word for me.

annotation Many good bits in this Book, but th fundamental idea seems to me groundless & fanciful — Nov. 67