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Rev. James Grant, D.D., D.C.L. Oxon
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Proceedings of Royal Society of Edinburgh. modation, and he gave precision to the optical methods for ascertaining and estimating anomalies of refraction. In all of these researches he not only showed himself to be an able mathematician and physicist, but he enlisted the interest of the medical profession at large by the careful clinical records given of individual cases suffering from anomalies of vision, and by the ingenuity and efficiency of the means devised for their relief. Donders alsodoi:10.1017/s0370164600007161 fatcat:7y56jpwkrbcznbeyzywm2wkhsi