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TABLE

OF THE

PRINCIPAL ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO THE PRESENT EDITION.

First
Edition
Vol. I.
Present
Edition.

Page Page
22 15-17 Discussion on the rudimentary points in the human ear revised.
26 19 Cases of men born with hairy bodies.
27, note. 20, note. Muntegazza on the last molar tooth in man.
29 23 The rudiments of a tail in man.
32, note. 24, note. Bianconi on homologous structures, as explained by adaptation on mechanical principles.
40 70 Intelligence in a baboon.
42 71 Sense of humour in dogs.
44 72–3 Further facts on imitation in man and animals.
47 75 Reasoning power in the lower animals.
50 80 Acquisition of experience by animals.
53 83 Power of abstraction in animals.
58 88–9 Power of forming concepts in relation to language.
64 92 Pleasure from certain sounds, colours, and forms.
78 104 Fidelity in the elephant.
79 104 Galton on gregariousness of cattle.
81 105–6 Parental affection.
90, note. 112–113, note. Persistence of enmity and hatred.
91 114 Nature and strength of shame, regret, and remorse.
94 117, note. Suicide amongst savages.
97 120, note. The motives of conduct.
112 28 Selection, as applied to primeval man.
122 35–6 Resemblances between idiots and animals.
124, note. 39, note. Division of the malar bone.
125, note. 36–8, note. Supernumerary mammæ and digits.
128–9 41–2 Further cases of muscles proper to animals appearing in man.
146 55, note. Broca: average capacity of skull diminished by the preservation of the inferior members of society.