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annotation 79 Mammae of Dogs 10 to 7 (Q)
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annotation 94 Ancient Dogs , few (Q) ■   
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annotation 103 Colour attended to in ancient dogs, Xenophon (Selection Ch I

annotation 104    No pendent ears in old Dogs except in one Aegyptian Dog «p 107 do» ‹107›
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annotation 121 Feral Dogs of St. Domingo (Q)t01 ■    ■   
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annotation 133 Newfoundland semi-palmated (Q)t01
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annotation 156 Florida Indian Dog like Wolf of country (Q)t01
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annotation 158 American dogs breeding freely with wolves of Country (N.Q)t01
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annotation 196    Pointers standing 1 1/4 hour (Q)

annotation 207    Bull-terrier a crossed Breed
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annotation 210    Extinction of Dogs in Pacific
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annotation 214    Patagonian Dogs «(Qt01 destroyng Poultry —
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annotation Ears erected in all these
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annotation in pale pencil «215 Fuegians value dogs»
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annotation 217 Mastiffs indifferent to form crosses with other Breeds !
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annotation 218 Toes of Mastiff vry generally «Ch. 9» a fifth in hind feet (Q)

annotation 243    Races of Foxes ■    ■   
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annotation    Synopsis of Canidae at end .
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annotation The Plate of Alco dog shows tan ring round eyes
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annotation The analogy of Sheep & Cattle makes me doubt Col. Smith hybrid view of dogs (supported with much erudition & showng pains taken in old times) — for equal numbers must be used to make an intermediate breed & how many parent sources & these sources with characters more prominent (because since hybridised) than now ,more acute greyhound — more ‹acute› blunt bloodhound.— occasional crosses produce effect. merely like ordinry variation in excess & thus I believe in — as all hybrids are [on next sheet] intermediate, we must suppose as mny types as now varieties. How mny does H. Smith make?

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annotation Think over how many English Breeds how many in Zoolog Gardens & other parts of world & extinct kinds!!