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Traité du citrus
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Paris, Louis Fantin, 1811
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top-margin annotation C . Darwin Feb 1842.

annotation 34. Sweet & bitter oranges & Almonds & Peach & nectarine always true
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annotation 40    orange fruit affected by pollen of Lemon !
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annotation 46 crosses with pinks analogous «striped» ,& some pure white & red.
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annotation 67 The Lemons which depart most from type, (or are monstrous are sterile) p331
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annotation 147    Mixed orange, lemon & citron

annotation in brown ink 359    curious case showig ■ how slowly & rarely real attempts have been made at naturalisation t01
t01 - underlined in pencil

annotation a poor Book

annotation 3
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annotation Nothing important in all these extracts below the cross line [to end-note 1, line across page]

annotation in pale pencil Nov. 47.    I think th experiments cd be worth lookng over again.—
     { Look at th Synoptical Tables first —

annotation (p146 Orange 143)
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annotation 32
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annotation 193 to 222. Hist of Citron, marked but unimportant.
     to 286 — ditto ditto
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annotation p. 292 «&c &c» Sweet Orange different from bitter & later introduced

annotation p. 297 ‹Amelio Acclimatisati› «Origin» of Sweet orange
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annotation p. 321
     p. 327 to end
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annotation p. 359 the only passage on acclimatasation of orange
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