Reference numberAP/4/5
TitleUnpublished paper, 'Further observations, relative to some experiments, on the nerves of living animals' by Wm [William] Cruikshank
Date28 November 1776
DescriptionCruikshank places his work on the nerves of animals within the context of the work of other scientists of his time, including [Albrecht von] Haller, attempting to fill gaps in their work. Cruikshank recounts his experiments on the nerves of dogs, attempting to determine the origins of certain nerves. Includes minor corrections throughout in ink, with some corrections and footnotes appearing on verso of pages.

Subject: Physiology

Addressed to Joseph Planta, Secretary of the Royal Society. Written by Cruikshank in London. Received by the Royal Society on 5 December 1776.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7198Planta; Joseph (1744 - 1827)1744 - 1827
NA3026Cruikshank; William Cumberland (1745 - 1800)1745 - 1800
NA6799Haller; Albrecht von (1708 - 1777)1708 - 1777
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