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lines 1—6 score
from End Note annotation 8 List of Tertiary Mammals;
from End Slip annotation 8 List of all fossil mammals paridigitata & Imparidigitata

line 41 score


lines 27—29 score


lines 27—28 score
from End Slip annotation 24 Intermediate forms 29 do


lines 19—23 score
from End Note annotation 57 Nebraska Mammals very close;
from End Slip annotation 57 relations of European & N. American fossil mammals 67 do. 78 do.


line 2 underline "Imparidigitata"
line 2 annotation Paridigitata
from End Note annotation 67 good name;
from End Slip annotation 57 relations of European & N. American fossil mammals 67 do. 78 do.

line 22 score
line 22 annotation European genus


lines 24—27 score
line 25 at "Titanotherium" annotation close to Palaeotherium


lines 2—6 score
from End Slip annotation 79 & 80 Rhinoceros apparently older in N America than in Europe

line 12 underline "two species"

line 16 at "Rhinoceros" annotation What age?

lines 17—18 score
lines 15—20 annotation I think none so old in Europe as Eocene or older Miocene


lines 30—33 score
from End Slip annotation 79 & 80 Rhinoceros apparently older in N America than in Europe


line 18 score
from End Slip annotation 95 Machairodus in N. America.—