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Contributions to the Physiology of Vision.--Part the First. On Some Remarkable, and Hitherto Unobserved, Phenomena of Binocular Vision

Charles Wheatstone
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
Vol. 128 (1838), pp. 371-394
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/108203
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    • Treatise of Painting, p. 178. London, 1721
    • Dr. SMITH'S Complete System of Optics, Vol. ii. r. 244
  • System of Optics, vol. ii. p. 388. and r. 526.
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    Lord BACON'S Works, Sylva Sylvarum, art. Vision.
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    BIRCH's History, vol. ii. p. 348.
  • Natural Magic, p. 100.
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    Nouveau Système de Chimie Organique, 2mR? edit. to 1. pi 333.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Tortual, die Sinne des Menschen. MUnster, 1827.
    • Bartels, Beitrage zur Physiologie der Gesichtssinnes. Berlin, 1834.
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    Act. Par.1743. M. p. 334.
  • Nouvelle Théorie de la Vision, Par. 1823.
  • Traité de la Science du Dessein, Par. 1821, p. 270.
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    Nouveau Système de Chimie Organique, t. 2. p. 329.