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De la physionomie et des mouvements d'expression
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Paris, J. Hetzel, 1865
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Cambridge University Library
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top-margin annotation in mid-grey ink Ch. Darwin
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lines 5—4 annotation in dark brown ink 1865

line 1 underline "Gratiolet"
line 3 underline "Physionomie"
bottom-margin annotation 1865    (see p 436 / for Lecture

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line 9 underline "presque ... regard"
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lines 10—11 underline "mouvements ... sensibles"
line 12 underline "tête inclinée"
line 13 underline "chairs du"
line 14 underline "flasques"
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lines 6—25 annotation Have th capillaries muscular coats?
     Does Beale discuss this?    «(of course)»

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bottom-margin annotation This view of nervous power merely general

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bottom-margin annotation retardation of circulatn

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top-margin annotation The wish to stop cryng increse it—
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whole-margin annotation Can pain be said to excite an animal — yes if not accompanied by fear
     whippng a horse shows it — ‹but generally tinged with fear›
     collapse soon follows
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bottom-margin annotation p. 253 Hippocrates
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