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line 4 underline "bargain"
from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 24 30 } It is clear tht brides ‹bought› «purchased» but man wd choose prettiest— except when bought usully yong. — It will ■depend on forms of inheritance commn to Man, whether s ■alone or both sexes affected ■


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 24 30 } It is clear tht brides ‹bought› «purchased» but man wd choose prettiest— except when bought usully yong. — It will ■depend on forms of inheritance commn to Man, whether s ■alone or both sexes affected ■


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 31 40 } choice in woman
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 31 40 } choice in woman
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 45 no choice when captured—t01
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lines 6—17 annotation why not a father receive mony for partng with his useful daughter ?
from End Slip, Side 1 annotation in dark grey ink, vertically crossed in pencil 50 No Barter


bottom-margin annotation There is no evidence as yet that men might not mary in own tribe — if thy lost their wife thy wd steal later


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 74 / 76 } choice— Bethrd [ie `Betrothed'] does not keep woman.t01
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 74 / 76 } choice— Bethrd [ie `Betrothed'] does not keep woman.t01
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 95 122 } intermarriage incestuous.t01
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 118 120 (Exogamy keeps distinct tribes similar oposed to sexual selection.)t01
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 118 120 (Exogamy keeps distinct tribes similar oposed to sexual selection.)t01
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed 95 122 } intermarriage incestuous.t01
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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed vertically crossedin dark grey ink 166. 165 — origin of infanticide in lessen number of Women.


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed vertically crossedin dark grey ink 166. 165 — origin of infanticide in lessen number of Women.

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lines 2—3 annotation There may have been a stage with infanticide & othr stages of almst promisc combining
from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossed The scarcity of Women frm infanticide of femles x «leading to» ‹promiscuous intercourse› & polyandry , wd make the selection of women very difficult— On othr hand men wd then be selected — ( p. 176 Promiscuousness a gret difficulty )

bottom-margin annotation Judging from the lower animals, I cannot persuade myself that at any early times powerful Men would not get more wives & [?]haresmes


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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation vertically crossedin dark grey ink to .... 208 good summary on ‹Polyandry›t01 & exogamy . As yet ‹idea of› «practice of avoidng» incest not explained, probably arose in time of monkey-men
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lines 1—13 annotation but it wd hold to female with which each man was familiar
from End Slip, Side 2 annotation vertically crossed «p.» «----» 288 I cannot help doubtng whether lesser nmber of ♀s owg to infanticide was so common as to make so mny tribes exogamous — ⸮ Extension of feelng for a cross — where close interbreedng in small tribes — passion — instinctive for foreign blood .
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