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annotation Boitard & Corbié
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line 14u "Corbié"
line 14u annotation kept pigeons for 45 years


lines 6—1 double score


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bottom-margin annotation p. 12


lines 3—15 annotation “    ”
line 16 underline "six mois"
lines 16—17 score
from End Slip 2 annotation 12 Females show antipathy to certain males (Ch. 6.)


lines 1—2 score
line 1 underline "Pline"

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lines 7—9 annotation See to this
from End Slip 2 annotation 15 Roman keep Pedigrees of Pigeons (Q)


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line 8 score
lines 8—7 annotation this must be mistake
from End Slip 1 annotation 27 ---- ask Gould

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lines 4—3 annotation what genus
from End Slip 1 annotation 27 ---- ask Gould


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lines 8—7 score
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lines 15—18 score
lines 15—19 annotation effect of cross long continued

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line 8 annotation in pale pencil commn Pigen
from End Slip 2 annotation 32 Account of many crosses

bottom-margin annotation Nonain is Jacobin
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lines 6—9 score
line 9 underline "à ... cavalier"

lines 18—19 underline "souvent plombé"
from End Note annotation in black inkp 34
     Colours in crossing


lines 7—12 double score
from End Slip 2 annotation 35 crossed Pigeons more fertile (45 year experience) p. 160 do.t01
t01 - `p. 160 do.' in dark pencil
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lines 12—10 score

lines 8—6 score
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lines 2—1 score


top-margin annotation 1/2
     with par = 1/4
     to    1/4
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line 4 at "femelle" annotation [illegible word]
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lines 6—10 score

lines 11—12 annotation 3d tim

lines 14—17 score
lines 16—18 annotation / 7 or 8 generations /
from End Slip 2 annotation 36 Absorbed in 7 or 8 generations (Q)t01
t01 - `(Q)' in brown ink


lines 1—4 score
lines 3—4 underline "pure ... postérité"
lines 1—4 annotation (Q)t01 ! how odd
t01 - `(Q)' in brown ink

lines 17—24 score
lines 20—25 annotation how odd! Blue bars returning
from End Slip 2 annotation 37 Biset produced from complicated (Q) crosses — One cross th Cavalier (Q)t01 always true
t01 - `(Q)' in brown ink

bottom-margin annotation p152 description of Biset
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lines 4—6 score
from End Slip 2 annotation 54 Pigeons of different size do not cross readily (Ch. 6.)


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lines 1—3 score
lines 1—3 annotation !!!
line 1 at "effet" annotation sterility
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from End Slip 2 annotation 120 On Hawks observed t pick out white Pigeons; hence som owners examine all Nestlings
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line 2 underline "ou ... les"
lines 4—5 underline "toutes ... ailes"
lines 6—7 underline "du ... queue"
lines 3—8 annotation Dovecot or Chequered


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line 4 underline "Chardin"
lines 3—5 annotation What date    1686 in Ray Biblioth[illegible]


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from End Slip 2 annotation 158 By high feeding Dovecots rendered as fertile as Fany Breeds (Ch. 3.)


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from End Slip 2 annotation 35 crossed Pigeons more fertile (45 year experience) p. 160 do.t01
t01 - `p. 160 do.' in dark pencil
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line 22 underline "jadis estimé"


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lines 13—14 score [`bookmark']

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lines 11—13 underline "Ce ... oiseaux"
line 14 underline "moins haut"
line 15 underline "que ... lillois"
lines 17—18 underline "garnis ...longues plumes"
line 23 underline "à ... argenté"
from End Slip 2 annotation in pale pencil 165 The sailing Pigeons (Q)


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line 16 underline "la race"

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lines 16—20 score
lines 17—22 annotation hence not wild, yet well characterized

[continues overleaf] lines 3—1 score


[continuation] 1—2 score
lines 1—2 annotation (Q)

lines 5—9 score
lines 5—9 annotation only colours


lines 9—10 score

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lines 7—4 score


lines 1—3 score

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lines 3—1 score
line 3 underline "de ... petits"
lines 3—1 annotation not wild


line 9 underline "les ... panachent"
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lines 7—9 annotation in brown ink Q
from End Slip 2 annotation 173. Var of Pouter of which female never panachée — or chequered (Q)t01
t01 - `(Q)' in black ink


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lines 12—8 score
line 11 annotation variation

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line 5 score
line 4 underline "allongé ... mince"


lines 6—8 score
line 6 underline "milieu ... seul"

line 18 underline "claquart"
line 19 underline "Columba precursor"
line 20 underline "Pigeon batteur"
from End Slip 2 annotation in dark pencil 178 Claquart (Q) —

lines 9—6 score
line 6 annotation p. 165

lines 5—1 score
line 4 underline "enfle"
line 5 at "plongeur" annotation
bottom-margin annotation (p. 165)


line 1 score
lines 1—2 underline "ailes ... yeux"
line 2 underline "chaussés"
line 3 underline "blanc"

lines 9—14 score in dark pencil
line 10 underline in dark pencil "M. Vieillot"

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top-margin annotation 216 [÷*] 14 [=] 15
lines 1—2 annotation 15 miles per hour
bottom-margin annotation 216 [÷*] 14 [=] 15

lines 14—17 score
from End Slip 2 annotation 211. Turbit fly frm Paris t Liege in 14 hours

line 1 underline "un ... yeux"
line 1 annotation See to this


line 2 underline in brown ink "Bagadais"

lines 3—7 score
line 4 underline "long ... crochu"
lines 7—10 score
line 9 underline "leur ... pates"

lines 4—1 annotation Scanderoon certainly


top-margin annotation Scanderoon.
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line 5 score

lines 9—10 score
line 10 underline "Tous ... peu"

lines 15—16 underline "pigeon cygne"

lines 19—20 underline "et ... moindre"
lines 21—22 underline "ordinairement ... noir"
lines 18—21 annotation just contray t Brent


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lines 15—17 score

lines 8—7 underline "redoutable bec"


line 1 score

line 18 score
line 18 underline "nouvelles"


line 6 score
line 6 underline "excessivement farouche"


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lines 11—13 score in pale pencil

lines 6—1 score


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lines 4—5 annotation Archangel ?
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line 8 score

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lines 7—5 score in pale pencil
lines 5—4 score in dark pencil
line 4 underline "tête ... vol"


line 5 underline "leur ... court"

lines 15—16 score
line 15 underline "Pigeon patu"
line 16 underline "jacobine Pigeon"

lines 17—19 score in pale pencil
line 18 underline "parce ... conservent"
lines 17—1 in pale pencil
line 1 score in pale pencil

lines 9—8 annotation No blue


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lines 7—1 score
line 5 underline "paons"
line 4 underline "cravates"
line 4 underline "coquilles"
lines 4—3 underline "glouglou"
lines 6—2 annotation !? Why narrow shakers ?

line 4 at "cravates" annotation in pale pencil X ⧟
bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil are not th characters chiefly trivial ?
     How is it in crossing poultry with crests ?
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line 4 at "cravates" annotation
line 6 annotation «p.210»
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line 4 at "coquilles" annotation
lines 8—6 annotation V. p. 199, yet nonains so near can be crossed & keep part of character


lines 12—14 score
lines 12—14 annotation in brown ink (Q)
lines 15—18 annotation (Q)
whole-margin annotation I do not see this argument; it presupposes that characters of a species cannot be transmitted to a hybrid : I know of no such case ; / on th contray , might be argued that these characters were not fixed, ---- requiring both parents to have it.—
top-marginline 6 annotation vertically crossed | This argument «for» ‹against origin of› certain number of races — in fact crossing will not do
from End Slip 2 annotation in pale pencil 198 argument of intermediate form not being produced now as proof that both are species


lines 9—12 score in pale pencil
line 11 underline "mondains"

line 13 annotation The Coquille is reversed feather like nonain

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top-margin1 annotation ---- & a pigeon with a Coquille can be produced p 197 by crossing a nonain with a common pigeon

bottom-margin annotation Nuns
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lines 2—5 score
top-margin annotation laws of colouring
from End Slip 2 annotation 200 Sub-vars of Nun — colours vary, but feathers colured remain same (Q)
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lines 19—26 annotation ! Yet has said that Coquilles will not transmit their peculiarities


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line 9 underline "brièveté"


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line 17 underline "carmes ... soigne"

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line 7 annotation Barb?
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lines 1—2 score
top-marginline 2 annotation Ray talks of head of Turbit being square —

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from End Slip 2 annotation 208 Hybrid frm Barb & Turbit vry fertile (Q)

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line 18 underline "morilles en"
lines 18—19 annotation
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lines 7—5 score
line 7 underline "Il ... polonais"
line 4 underline "Il ... nourrit"


lines 10—16 annotation Certainly Barb — nothing said about being wild


line 10 underline "et ... crapautée"
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line 16 underline "bleu"

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lines 9—30 annotation I shd think these were same as Antwerps
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lines 4—5 score
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lines 15—16 score
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lines 12—13 score in dark pencil

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lines 8—9 underline "léger ... chaussés"
line 7 at "culbutant" annotation Tumbler
from End Slip 2 annotation in dark pencil 221 Turner or Smiter

lines 12—16 score
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line 18 annotation in brown ink Spot
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lines 3—7 annotation (Q)t01 ! p. 226
from End Slip 2 annotation 224 Fan-tails crossed with any others lose character (Q)t02
t01 - `(Q)' in dark pencil
t02 - `(Q)' in brown ink

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line 11 underline in brown ink "42"

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lines 4—8 double score
line 9 annotation in brown ink X

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line 3 underline "faculté ... relever"
line 4 underline "moins large"

lines 8—15 annotation There have been several vars of this

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lines 3—8 score
from End Slip 2 annotation 235 Sterility of crossed Turtles (Q)
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bottom-margin apparently unintentional mark


lines 10—7 double score
lines 10—7 annotation in brown ink (Q)

lines 6—3 score
from End Slip 2 annotation 238 In crossing white & common collard Turtle, yong take after (Q)t01 one side exclusively
t01 - `(Q)' in brown ink


line 8 underline "tambours"
line 8 annotation Trumpeter «‹glou-gou» ›
line 8 at "tambours" annotation
line 4 annotation or glougou
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line 9 underline "grosses-gorges"
line 9 underline "boulans"
line 9 annotation Pouters —
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line 14 underline "Turcs"
line 14 annotation Carriers
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line 15 underline "romains"
lines 15—16 annotation Runts Roman & Spanish }
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line 17 underline "nonnains"
line 17 annotation Jacobins —
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line 18 underline "coquilles"
line 18 annotation Nun
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line 19 underline "hirondelles"
line 19 annotation Swallows
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line 22 underline "Pigeons à cravate"
line 22 annotation Turbits
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line 24 underline "culbutans"
line 24 annotation Tumbler
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line 27 underline "trembleurs"
line 27 annotation Fantails
line 27 at "trembleurs" annotation or Paon
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line 28 annotation in pencil 24 races
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annotation p 34
     Colours in crossing