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Origin: the lost changes for the second German edition

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Darwin sent a list of changes made uniquely to the second German edition of Origin to its translator, Heinrich Georg Bronn.  That lost list is recreated here.

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  • In March 1862, Heinrich Georg Bronn wrote to Darwin stating his intention to prepare a second German
  • corrections and additions was imminent, or whether Darwin would like to make any such changes to the
  • had appeared, published in April 1861, containing, as Darwin told Bronn, ‘a considerable number of
  • … (see letter to HG. Bronn, 11 March [1862] ). Darwin had sent Bronn some of these alterations in
  • with the alterations from the second edition. In addition, Darwin referred toa few new M.S. …
  • has not been found, although they were returned to Darwin for possible use in a new American edition
  • should correspond to the additional alterations sent by Darwin to Bronn. Many of these additions and
  • …  From facts lately communicated to me by the Rev. WB. Clarke, it appears also that there are clear
  • …  Almost every year, as I am informed by Mr. EV. Harcourt, many European and African birds are
  • character and the direction of its mountain-ranges, the Rev. WB. Clarke has lately maintained that
  • in Origin 4th ed., pp4501. 48.  p412. This sentence also appears in Origin 4th