Further Daltonian Doubts

@article{Siegfried1963FurtherDD,
  title={Further Daltonian Doubts},
  author={Robert Siegfried},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1963},
  volume={54},
  pages={480 - 481}
}
In his recent paper, "Some Daltonian Doubts," 1 Henry Guerlac has reopened the question of the possible influences on the origins of Dalton's atomic theory. In particular he argues effectively to show that Richter's equivalent tables could have been known to Dalton early enough to have been significant. May I add new fuel to the flames Guerlac has fanned from the embers of this unsettled problem by suggesting that a part of Dalton's inspiration might have come from a source previously… 
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