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Principes de philosophie zoologique
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Paris,Pichon et Didier,1830.
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lines 23—27 annotation ancestral & modern types

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line 12 underline "par ... composition"
from End Slip annotation 65 Curious statement on what plan animals created (good to put at end of Chapt. 6) (Q)

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bottom-margin annotation I demur to this alone

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top-margin annotation all this will follow from selection. The unity of course due to inheritance

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top-margin annotation As it appears to me strongest argument against G.H. is existence of trees, which are so hardly [?]separate from animals

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from End Slip annotation 214 Law of connexion invariable

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from End Slip annotation 215 (Q) Monstrosities, always resembles other species (allude to this in Ch. 7)
from End Slip annotation 215 Properly speaking there is but one animal

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from End Slip annotation 216 speaks of ultimate form of species as irrevocable!

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top-margin annotation All this is not G.H. writing but he approves & publishes it
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