“Probable Nature of the Internal Symmetry of Crystals”

@article{BarlowProbableNO,
  title={“Probable Nature of the Internal Symmetry of Crystals”},
  author={Wm. Barlow},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={29},
  pages={404-404}
}
IN reply to the important criticisms offered by Herr L. Sohncke on my new theory published iu NATURE of December 20 and 27, 1883 (pp. 186 and 205)— 
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