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lines 18—20 underline "restent ... grêles"
line 10 underline "elles ... même"

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lines 10—11 annotation X

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bottom-margin annotation the «perfect» union «» of th two adjoining arms or legs of some of these monsters, is vry striking .
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 111. The perfect union of one leg or arm of some double monsters very striking


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from End Slip 2, Side 2 annotation p. 134 shows how all parts go together


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line 5 underline "rudimens d'un"


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line 9 underline "ce ... membre"
top-margin annotation X this, I suppose consists of two limbs united.
     p. 157


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from End Note annotation (p. 187 Zoology Double Headed worm) X


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from End Slip 2, Side 2 annotation — at 207 (skim chapters) ☞ (to 349)


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lines 12—14 underline "un ... nutrition"
line 21 underline "n'avoir ... aucune"
lines 5—28 annotation case of a perfect ‹monster,› individual bearng another head with no trunk on it — How curious this new course of th arteries


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line 17 underline "La ... pour"
lines 12—26 annotation because the jaw is generally only developed in these parasites — good instance of this Law of "soi pour soi"
bottom-margin annotation V. p 285 where this is discussed.)
     X N.B .
     I dont see, why, if a jaw , enveloped in an amorphous mass , be considered as an individual — why ‹not› an additional finger shd not? He wd answer because an additional finger make asymmitrical part of the perfect individual:— yet why not law of "soi pour soi" put this finger in proper place — improbable


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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 284 — on some «double» monsters breeding , opposed to their sterility ; but then it is th one perfect which breeds. —377 fertile generally.
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line 17 underline "forment ... naturelle"


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line 13 underline "des ... originairement"
line 15 underline "qu'un ... argument"
line 16 underline "impossibilité"
line 18 underline "épigénèse"
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lines 5—6 underline "est ... humaine"
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line 7 underline "ses ... vaisseaux"
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lines 10—11 underline "sinon ... moins"
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 350    domestic animals, like man, have numerous variations in veins


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line 14 underline "3,000 naissances"
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lines 12—11 underline in pale pencil "plus ... chien"
line 11 underline "chez le boeuf"
from End Slip 3, Side 1 annotation in pale pencil 352 «X»t01 trunk so frquent in Pig.—    relation between monstrosities & varieties
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 352 monsters occur differently in number & head in different species — a trunk specially common in ‹Ele› Pigs.—
t01 - `X' in reddish-orange crayon


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line 2 annotation not domesticatedt01
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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 355. in wild animals vry few monstrosities — «(Q
t01 - `not domesticated' horizontally crossed

line 13 at "classes" annotation Mammifers & Birds
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line 6 underline "que ... cerf"
line 7 underline "lièvre ... taupe"
line 8 underline "chardonneret"
lines 8—9 underline "espèce ... perroquets"


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lines 1—2 underline "Lorsqu'on ... groupes"
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from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 284 — on some «double» monsters breeding , opposed to their sterility ; but then it is th one perfect which breeds. —377 fertile generally.


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line 7 underline "monstres ... viables"
line 8 underline "sont ... ectroméliens"
line 11 underline "donc ... de"
line 12 underline "monstruosités ectroméliens"
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from End Slip 3, Side 1 annotation in pale pencil 392    first formd tends monstrous ∵ «(Xt01 late «(Qt02 organs must be affected by first formed (Andral)t03
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 392. organs or parts later formed, always must be affected by causes producing monstrosities.
     «(Q)» quotes Andral — on first formed least monstrous — (shows most monstrosities do not come on very early)

from End Slip 1, Side 3 annotation 392. [he means `592'?] (Q)
t01 - `(X)' in reddish-orange crayon
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t03 - `(Andral)' in brown ink

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lines 4—3 underline "tome ... 723"

bottom-margin annotation (a) [written over `X'] does not this explain variability of hair — size    &c &c ?
     (Q)


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lines 7—18 annotation surely in embryos th heart is seen to beat vry soon ? V. Müller
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     therefore applicalbe to any part, ,as skin, which has no central, unitary point.


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from End Slip 3, Side 1 annotation in reddish-orange crayon X 402    correlation «(Q)» of Monstrosity without apparent cause
from End Slip 1, Side 1 annotation 402 on coexistence of monstrosities, without «(Q)» any evident relation of parts .


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from End Slip 3, Side 2 annotation 406    distinction betwen amont of development & of functiont01
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 406. distinction between arrest of development & of formation
t01 - `distinction betwen ... function' cancelled


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lines 8—9 underline "faite ... féminin"
line 10 underline "de ... hémitéries"
lines 8—10 annotation clitoris?

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lines 13—24 annotation pooh! a tailless animal excess of development because man has no tail!!

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lines 13—15 underline "Les ... supérieurs"
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line 17 underline "offert ... inférieurs"

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from End Slip 3, Side 2 annotation 437 «X»t01    Monstrosities resemblng lower animals (Q)
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 437 «(Qt01 cases of monstrosities in man resembling Lower animals resulting frm permanence of embryonic condition
t01 - `X' in reddish-orange crayon
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line 11 underline "par ... queue"
line 15 underline "absence ... biliaire"
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line 22 underline "cloaque"
line 22 underline "la ... matrice"
lines 25—26 underline "bifurcation ... pénial"
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line 1 underline "par ... des"

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line 13 underline "la ... profonde"
line 14 underline "diverses cavités"


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line 20 underline "chez ... anoures"
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line 19 annotation in pale pencil pooh !


line 11 underline "les ... espèces"
line 11 at "embryonnaires" annotation (He means embryological)

lines 8—7 underline "série ... tératologique"
lines 13—1 annotation What is this?
     no variation frm a likeness of th parents can be strictly normal —

from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 448 — intimate parallelism between th embryonic, zoological & teratological series.


lines 4—10 annotation V. next page XXX so be cautious— /
     all this he considers only analogy.— /

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bottom-margin annotation NB. in case of limbless, tailless, finger-less races (& reverse) th hereditariness must come on at «nearly» same age (as in horns), for th early foetus has not these parts.—


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bottom-margin annotation XXX
     according to the bearng of this discussion, there wd be only an analogy, between a man become fat by much eating, «or large» ‹&› one born ‹with tendeny to fatten, or grw large;› fat or large; which I think is false?—


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line 2 underline "constante ... importante"
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line 10bottom-margin annotation What is Owens law? about these organs? is it that the reduction of these organs is a step in developmt.
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 456 again insists on law of number varying in part when numerous, & being in itself variable
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 456 Summary on laws governing variation — generally rudiments — (hence cause does not act vry early)
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lines 6—7 underline "s'accomplissent ... d'ailleurs"
lines 9—13 annotation & more chance of exposure to new conditions?

lines 14—16 underline "par ... spinal"
lines 15—20 annotation where any connection but not in ‹so› pairs

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line 18 underline "que ... conservés"
line 19 underline "rudimentaires ... formations"

line 5 underline "presque ... plusieurs"
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line 1 underline in dark pencil "seulement apparente"


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lines 8—9 underline "semblables ... analogues"
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 462    on homologous parts uniting both in monstrosities & in Nature.—
     Do not some account for this by division of cells at some period of growth ??

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line 17 annotation ‹I s› ⧟
bottom-margin annotation I shd think the cause must be often anterior to impregntn
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 479— on germs being originally monstrous.


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from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 499    arguments for monstrosities being produced late & 500    Read , 503 (see Roy Catalogue).— 506, 7

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lines 14—16 annotation III
top-marginline 16 annotation Hereditary ‹fingerless› «legless» Dogs & men with polydactyle show that germ can communicate such tendeny
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lines 17—1 annotation according to this «X» male wd have no influence in producing monstrosities

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lines 13—12 annotation in pale pencil see Roy Catalogue
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line 9 underline in pale pencil "t. XXXIV"
line 7 underline in pale pencil "t. ... 511"
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bottom-margin annotation Study this to see, whether small deviations, as long legs &c were produced — In plants we know it is from treatmnt of parents & act of generation —
from End Slip 1, Side 2 annotation 499    arguments for monstrosities being produced late & 500    Read , 503 (see Roy Catalogue).— 506, 7


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