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Remarks on the absorption of calomel from the internal surface of the mouth; accompanied with a preliminary sketch of the history and principal doctrines of absorption in human bodies. In a letter to Mr. Clare, by William Cruikshank, A. M. Reader in Anatomy.
- Cruickshank, William, 1745-1800.
- MDCCLXXIX. 
The Aberdeen almanack, for the year 1785, being the first after leap year, and of the Julian period, 6498. Inscribed, with the greatest respect, to William Cruden, Esq; Provost; Messrs. James Cruikshank, George More, George Adam, Alexander Black, Baillies. George Auldjo, Dean of Guild, James Masson, Treasurer, and the remanent Members of the Town-Council of the city of Aberdeen, By their obliged humble servants, J. Chalmers & Co.