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A naturalist's sojourn in Jamaica /
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London :Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans,1851.
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from End Note annotation p.91 Enquire;

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line 6 underline "absolutely mute"

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line 11 underline "Alco"
line 12 underline "from Mexico"

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lines 21—22 underline "a ... eye"

line 7 underline "Mexican Mopsy"

line 14 underline "Agnara ... Surinam"

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lines 28—30 annotation Q

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from End Slip annotation 339 The Alco — or Mexican Mopsy, white woolly var. wd. only associate with another Dog of its own Breed — becomes passionately attached to single individual (Q)

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from End Slip annotation 340 Feral Dog of E. Haiti different from St Domingo of Col. Smith; thought to be an aboriginal S. American feral Dog (Q)

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line 29 underline "Dog ... Haïti"
line 29 annotation Q

lines 30—31 underline "Feral ... Domingo"

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from End Note annotation 386 Pigs;
from End Slip annotation 386 Feral Hogs of Jamaica (Q)

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lines 15—20 annotation Q

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lines 1—2 annotation Q

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lines 19—20 underline "well-toothed"

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from End Slip annotation 429. Haiti tradition of Frogs brought by shower — alludes to Moreau case

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line 26 underline "bull-heads"

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from End Slip annotation 431 Frogs imported & spread in several W. Indian islds

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lines 27—29 annotation Q
from End Slip annotation 441 Rabbit feral (Q) but not common — Slate-coloured (Q)

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line 7 underline "deeply"
line 7 annotation Q

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lines 4—9 score
from End Slip annotation 447 European Ferret rendered useless from their inability to overcome Chigoe infestment (Q)

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from End Slip annotation 469 On the indigenous Capromys of W. Indian islds.—

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