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lines 4—5 annotation 21

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line 12 annotation X !
from End Note 1 annotation vertically crossed      p 15 I do not understand


lines 11—13 annotation X


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line 18 at "useful" annotation horizontally crossed & useless
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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink p 21.    List of his objections .


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lines 7—4 mmedium4
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lines 17—18 underline "this ... tended"
lines 17—20 annotation in pale pencil only tallest animals in each country
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 25    Giraffe , with M S. notes
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line 7 underline "power of climbing"
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lines 7—9 annotation only dense forests
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lines 16—25 annotation Variation not sufficed— too large an animal for country

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lines 7—6 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation (a) If large antelope & giraffe can now exist «or flourish» under so much competition , so cd. intermdiate sizes
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lines 1—23 annotation We do not know whether in all countries trees are as nutritive as Mimosa

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bottom-margin annotation Escape other beasts of prey


line 4 underline "these ... drought"
line 4 annotation no
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top-marginline 13 annotation I do not see.—
     no because only thos most like som objct wd be selcted.— if exactly equal Variation thy wd counter-balance each other.—

from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 34    On variations in all directions M.S. notes

top-margin annotation Mr M error (often I do allow ‹my› [?]some [illegible word] to th «[illegible word]» ‹m› of my [?]douts)


line 3 underline "mimic"
line 3 annotation Mock
from End Note 1 annotation vertically crossed      35 false quotation

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lines 9—2 annotation I do not see


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lines 8—10 annotation see Portfolio on gradation
     Ask Gunther

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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 37    Flatfish.


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line 19 underline in dark pencil "functionless"
line 19 annotation cancelled No no


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top-margin annotation we have no means of judging ||

lines 7—14 annotation idle objection
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 39 Origin of limbs do not considert01
t01 - `do not consider' in Darwin's hand, in pencil


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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 40    Whalebone
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lines 7—15 annotation “    ”
lines 11—12 annotation Ducks Beak
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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 42    Larynx of young Kangaroo (add after Whale)t01
t01 - `(add after Whale)' in Darwin's hand, in pencil
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lines 1—6 annotation Voices th abut Kang & alm all oth
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line 10 underline "first ... beginnings"
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lines 22—1 annotation Cirripede Branchiae first nascent structure applied after to other uses.
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation in Darwin's hand, in pencil not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 44 Pedicellariae


line 1 crossing-out "Moreover"
line 1 annotation He adds
lines 2—7 mark resembling [...]

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lines 8—11 annotation never useful structures


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lines 9—14 annotation Lowne explains intermediate conditions
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 46 Metamorphosis of flies .


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line 21 annotation p. 53
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 107 On origin of tendrils [see p 47]t01
t01 - `[see p 47]' in Darwin's hand, in pencil

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line 13 underline "mammary ... breast"
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line 11 underline "sucking ... scarcely"
lines 12—9 annotation Mucus [?]massage fishs
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bottom-margin annotation M dobting abut suckng; bu to this know dos not run
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 47 Mammary glands — & p 42 for Larynxt01
t01 - `— & ... Larynx' in Darwin's hand, in pencil


figure annotation Mem «snake» devoured by Peacock in India to frighten enemies
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 50 Cobra.


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lines 6—10 annotation Mr [?]P
     Linn Soc
     Fascinatn

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line 4bottom-margin annotation not in native country


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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 53 Rods of Corti


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line 4 annotation no
line 10 underline "only ... enjoyment"
line 11 underline "perfect ... performances"
lines 6—15 annotation are [?]creatd for som othr purpose— Crustaceans


line 9 underline "escaped"
line 9 annotation No


lines 1—12 annotation not fair not to add
from End Note 1 annotation vertically crossed      60 X    not fair


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line 12 underline "seems irresistible"


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line 6 annotation (a)
top-margin annotation with mimickry insct resmblance ‹mor› more distnct to one var. & in anoth to anoth var.
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line 15 underline "demonstrably insufficient"
bottom-margin annotation I have never said demonstrated but in highest degree probable
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 62 Objections demonstrably sufficient


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lines 8—10 annotation so do I
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from End Note 1 annotation vertically crossed You entirey ignore use }— 67    Use entirely overlooked }


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bottom-margin annotation Here add that Mr Mivart sees such strng impbabty [ie `improbability'?]
     I cannot see it.— Variation analogous do arise.

from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 72 The shoulder of pterodactyle.


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line 6bottom-margin annotation he always omits the share of Selection
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 75 & 77 ear & eye of cuttlefish w. M.S. notes


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top-margin annotation Remember what structur is necssry for vision
     Lens are presnt in Annulosa
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lines 7—8 underline "independent ... variations"
lines 7—8 annotation c
lines 4—6 annotation I utterly deny

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lines 16—21 annotation what does this mean?

bottom-margin annotation (d) you cd. not make greyhound & pug — pouter or fantail thus — it is selection & survival of th fittest


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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 81 «80 Avicularia»t01 Placentae of mammals & sharks.
t01 - `80 Avicularia' in Darwin's hand, in pencil


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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 82 Resemblance of mouse & a marsupial.


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bottom-margin annotation Direct conditions
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 85 Effects of conditions on butterflies from Wallace


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lines 11—8 underline "that ... Equus"
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 97 Modification as great as between Hipparion & horse —


line 1 underline "spheroid"


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lines 12—9 annotation false quotation


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line 11 annotation disuse
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 105 Abortion of finger in the Potto
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation not in Darwin's handin brown ink Strange arrangement 105 & Pottos forefinger
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lines 1—3 annotation oh
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 107 believes wing of birds comp. suddenly developed—
from End Slip 1, Side 3 annotation p 107 sudden change of Birds wing.—
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lines 5—7 annotation see my paper.
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 107 On origin of tendrils [see p 47]t01
t01 - `[see p 47]' in Darwin's hand, in pencil


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lines 9—12 annotation !
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from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 110 Macrauchenia a very generalised structure .


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bottom-margin annotation Says variation, of which we have evidence, & not exceptional cases were suddenly changes & unnatural changes, such may sometimes have occurred.
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 112 M.S. notes on suddenness of var . good —
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bottom-margin annotation in dark pencil As dom. productions so much more variable, these variations probaly greter , & th strongest partake of nature of Monstrosities .
     In large genera, — vry numerus in nature, includng recent & fossil, th species are so close, that steps probaly not gret in line of death.
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lines 13—21 annotation we do not know causes of variability


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lines 13—17 annotation yet it varies in W.Indies.

line 21 at "some" annotation most
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lines 16—5 annotation I say so merely because other reasons make me believe in it—


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top-margin annotation Do I not give it as a mere possibility when arguing against th view ?
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top-margin—figure annotation Does He believe that a Bat & Pterodactyle was suddenly produced — such facts tell against Evolution, as well as Nat. Selection.— so with Whale & Zeuglodon —
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 130 Seems ■to ■bel■ieve that bat & pterodactyle suddenly developed.


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lines 15—7 annotation “    ”
lines 9—8 crossing-out "for ... mammals"
lines 7—6 crossing-out "and ... these"
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whole-margin annotation This seems false reasoning, he infers amont of difference in progenitors frm amont in existing divergent descendants .
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 139 Argues rate of change in progenitors before their divergence from the amount of difference in their descendants


line 12 underline "distant"
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lines 7—6 underline "is ... fresh"
from End Note 2 annotation in dark pencil      145    Distribution Geographical
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 145 The same fishes in distant continent.


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line 2 underline "P. anguillaris"
line 3 underline "China ... Moreton"

lines 10—12 multiple score
lines 10—12 annotation ask Gunth
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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation p 147    Get Gunthers Catalogue

lines 11—10 score in pale pencil
lines 12—6 annotation in pale pencil Is this an aberrnt & ancient form


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from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 148    Plurodont lizards & certain insectivora in Madagascar—

line 13 underline "Solenodon"
lines 14—12 annotation Distinct genus

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lines 4—2 annotation no
     remnants


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from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 153 «& 158» } Diff. from homologies of skull bones .


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from End Note 2 annotation in dark pencil      155    Homologies
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from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 153 «& 158» } Diff. from homologies of skull bones .


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line 3 annotation I have called analogy


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from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 163. H. Spencer on ‹cereal› «serial» homologies


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line 17 underline "is ... tendency"
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 164 Mivart thinks there is an internal force or tendency.


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from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 170 There is serial homology in Chitons


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top-margin6 annotation & add , but th connection «if any» as Mr Mivart posited not extremly vague. — some additive tendeny in both to vary together
from End Slip 1, Side 3 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 174    Correlation very slight between teeth & hair


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from End Slip 1, Side 3 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 176 Homology between limbs & fins .

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lines 14—28 annotation ask for Günthers.. view


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line 13 underline "tarsus ... cartilaginous"
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whole-margin annotation Parts primordially similar wd be apt to vary in same way, but can be congruent to any extent — to moderate extent — Veronica.— —How primordially similar, is an obscure subject.— repetition of parts one of commonest forms of variation.
from End Slip 1, Side 3 annotation not in Darwin's handin dark grey ink 178 M.S. notes on primitive homologies.


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line 11 underline "Gascoyen"
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from End Note 2 annotation in dark pencil p. 182 Gascoyen


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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation p 196    Morals

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lines 8—7 annotation No
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation p 196    Morals


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top-marginline 21 annotation Not longer duration than gemmules of atavic structure such as stripes on a Horse.
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lines 10—15 annotation like pollen-grains within ovule


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lines 6—8 annotation in blue crayon gemmules & germs

lines 10—14 annotation absorbs organic matter & Divides
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lines 11—13 annotation from conditions


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line 21 underline "greatly different"
lines 4—19 annotation How great, see my remarks at end


lines 15—10 apparently unintentional mark


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bottom-margin annotation differs only in colour & size ?
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line 8 underline "innate ... case"


bottom-margin annotation Urges any amont of sudden variation of which we have evidence, «& not mnstros» (& not reversion) I will admit, but probaly less than we see under Domstication.