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Colour-Blindness

Nature volume 20, page 504 | Download Citation

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WHEN your able reviewer Prof. Pole so plainly intimates, in NATURE, vol. xx. pp. 477 to 480, that he does not consider any of the theories of colour-blindness he has mentioned to be altogether sufficient for the observed facts, and that he may return to the subject in a future number, I trust he may then take some notice of my views, as honoured by the Royal Society, Edinburgh, in vol. xxviii. of their Transactions.

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