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line 17 underline "Il ... rare"
lines 18—19 score
line 18 underline "score'ait ... deux"


bottom-margin annotation vertically crossed Aftr speakng of th movemt of th limbs, he turn to tho of th face, & remarks,
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lines 12—9 annotation vertically crossed (as in th ‹movg Limbs› movements of our limbs.)
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lines 10—9 underline "par ... seul"
lines 7—6 underline "caractéristiques ... homme"
lines 11—7 annotation vertically crossed !    good t show how Thery fails
line 5bottom-margin annotation Praise his book. well-knw for oth excellent Tretises, & add much undervalued ,in my opinion, by other writers — a vast step in advance
from End Slip annotation in brown ink p. 31.    showng absurdly how all «exprssn» created.


figure at "F" annotation Litle Z
figure at "I" annotation gr. zy.
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from End Slip annotation in brown ink 36 43 53 } antagonism of sourcilier & frontal


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lines 6—12 annotation Judgng by his experiments , the movement does seem entirely due to sourcilier
from End Slip annotation in brown ink 36 43 53 } antagonism of sourcilier & frontal

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lines 18—21 annotation which I suppose opposes sourcilier

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from End Slip annotation in brown ink 36 43 53 } antagonism of sourcilier & frontal


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lines 17—22 annotation in pale pencil See Large Plates
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[continues overleaf] 15 underline "lèvre inférieure"
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from End Slip annotation in brown inknot in Darwin's hand 180 on the pyramidal bringing down the «brows»


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annotation p 2    woodcut of fac[?]ial