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De l'espèce et des races dans les êtres organisés et spécialement de l'unité de l'espèce humaine
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Paris, J.B. Baillière et Fils, 1859
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annotation     Godron sur l' Espece All abstracted for my 1' vol. separately .—t01
t01 - `All abstracted ... .—' in pencil

annotation Vol I
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annotation 36 change in range of Sparrow
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annotation 77 on naturalised plants frm hotter countres becomig extinct —    one good case of plant naturalised , yet not setting seed —    like Ivy under nature
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annotation 90    curious special adaptation t particular localities in plants p. 95

annotation 120 «& 124» Batrachian Ranunculus    2 kinds of Leaves, —means of Transition .
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annotation 134    Pu■erile ■t quot Pompeian & Aegyptian remains, as nothng in antiquity «to pre-Glacial Remains»

annotation 148 cases of seeds long buried coming up

annotation 160 case of ‹va› ancient variety of Mercurialis
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annotation 168    on th facility with which Aegilops triticoides is produced
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annotation 181.    Hybrids of Partridge —
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annotation p. 183 cases of copulation of distinct molluscs so no repugnance under nature    p. 196 Hybrid Pheasants
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annotation 195 [he means `193'] Antiquity of Common Mule in Bible
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annotation 247    references about Hybrid — Papers
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annotation 249    Fertility of Hybrids    p 250
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annotation in pencil 391    No stripe on Black Ass
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annotation p10 — Histry of Believers in Mutation

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annotation in dark pencil 341
     346 to end of volume
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annotation in brown ink { Book by Gervais referrd to. on Zoologies }
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annotation p 10    History of ‹Mutations› Believers of Mutatn

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