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über die Berechtigung der Darwin'schen Theorie
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Leipzig, W. Engelmann, 1868
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top-margin annotation Mr Charles Darwin Esq
     Kent. S.E.

line 3 underline in blue crayon "Darwin'schen Theorie"
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whole-margin annotation in dark pencil I think this means that “morphological” charcters are the results of what I call th definite action of conditions — I do not feel quite satisfied with this .— free intercrssing cd perhaps keep ‹such› th charcters, which are not use, free frm fluctuations. —

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bottom-margin annotation t01    So that Laws of variation (.as well as inheritance) will prevent th sam form bing producd by two distinct forms —
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top-marginline 17 annotation This is justly directed against what I have vaguely said of indefinite variability — in all cases th variability, within a large circuit, is definite & thus certainly overules th power of selection .

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annotation horizontally crossed Causes & Law of Variation most important.—

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