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" Instances are sufficiently common among the lower animals where the offspring exhibit more or less distinctly, over and beyond the characters of the male by which they were begotten, the peculiarities also of a male by which their mother at some former... "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Page 225
by United States. Congress. House - 1863
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a ..., Volumes 19-20

William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - Medicine - 1849
...Dr. А. ИЛКУ tv, Physician to the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Instances are sufficiently eo-nmon among the lower animals, where the offspring exhibit,...less distinctly, over and beyond the characters of 1Ъе male by which they were begotten, tho peculiarities, also, of a male by •which their mother...
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Report of the Secretary of Agriculture ...

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1862
...no means an unf'rcquent occurrence for a widow who has married again to bear children resembling her first husband. Various explanations have been offered...this kind of phenomena. They have been ascribed by some to a permanent impression made somehow by the semen of the first male on the genital, and more...
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Monthly Journal of Medical Science, Volume 9, Pages 639-1310

1849
...Lecturer on the Practice of Medicine in King's College ; and Physician to the Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen. INSTANCES are sufficiently common among the lower...peculiarities, also, of a male by which their mother had at some former period been impregnated, — or, as it has been otherwise expressed, where the peculiarities...
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Types of Mankind: Or, Ethnological Researches, Based Upon the Ancient ...

Josiah Clark Nott, George Robins Gliddon, Samuel George Morton - African Americans - 1854 - 738 pages
...facts, published by Dr. Alexander Harvey in the London Monthly Journal of the Medical Sciences :4" Instances are sufficiently common among the lower...where the offspring exhibit, more or less distinctly, in addition to the characters of the male by which they were begotten, the peculiarities also of a...
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Types of Mankind: Or, Ethnological Researches, Based Upon the Ancient ...

Josiah Clark Nott, George Robins Gliddon - Chronology - 1855 - 738 pages
...facts, published by Dr. Alexander Harvey in the London Monthly Journal of the Medical Sciences : M4 Instances are sufficiently common among the lower...where the offspring exhibit, more or less distinctly, in addition to the characters of the male by which they were begotten, the peculiarities also of a...
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The Principles of Breeding: Or, Glimpses at the Physiological Laws Involved ...

Stephen Lincoln Goodale - Breeding - 1861 - 164 pages
...of Mr. McGillivray, VS, which is endorsed by Dr. Harvey, and considered (as we shall presently see) as very probable at least by Dr. Carpenter, seems...this kind of phenomena. They have been ascribed by some to a permanent impression made somehow by the semen of the first male on the genitals and more...
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Agriculture of Maine: Annual Report of the Secretary of ..., Volume 5, Part 1860

Maine. Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1860
...of Mr. McGillivray, VS, which is endorsed by Dr. Harvey, and considered (as we shall presently see) as very probable at least by Dr. Carpenter, seems...this kind of phenomena. They have been ascribed by some to a permanent impression made somehow by the semen of the first male on the genitals and more...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Maine Board of Agriculture, Issue 5

Maine. Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1860
...of Mr. McGillivray, VS, which is endorsed by Dr. Harvey, and considered (as we shall presently sec) as very probable at least by Dr. Carpenter, seems...this kind of phenomena. They have been ascribed by some to a permanent impression made somehow by the semen of the first male on the genitals and more...
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British American Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 5

Roy Fontaine - 1850
...of Medicine in King's College, Aberdeen. Instances are sufficiently common among the lower animal!), where the offspring exhibit, more or less distinctly,...peculiarities, also, of a male by which their mother had at some former period been impregnated ;or, as it has been otherwise expressed, where the peculiarities...
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