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annotation Carbons
     Salt & Old Mortar & gravel to floor

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annotation Runt
     Turbit ?
     Almond-Tumbler
     Carrier
     Fantail
     Powter }


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annotation p. 114— good    one Rabbit outbred other
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annotation 95 Rabbits probably in Caesars time in Britain

annotation 114 If Warren stocked with Grey & Silver    ■ ■
     th latter will soon be bred out (on var. beatng another Ch. 5)

annotation 141. Rabbit with longest ears known 22 inches. and this length of ear great point.— «136 do not breed true»
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