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CASE43107: Horary consultation concerning Mr Francis Combs [The older Mr Combs] (PERSON29218) and Mrs Mary Combs (PERSON29219)

Question asked by Mr Francis Combs [The older Mr Combs] (PERSON29218) and Mrs Mary Combs (PERSON29219) on 1 April 1616 at 17:00

RN Mr francis Combes Mr {sic} Apr 1. h. 5 p. m 16i6 cā abyde no wet nor wynd. eys bad dersyreth a direction in writing

his physick wch I sent him did him no good.

Mres Mary Combes. tooke her physick it did her some good but now her other cheeke is swelled. vryne good

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 408, f. 45r (bottom right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE73839: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Margaret Anderson (PERSON42694)

Question asked by the patient on 21 February 1632 at 13:10

U[1624–34] Mrs. Margaret Anderson. \of Tringe/ 16. y. Febr 21. . h. 1. 10. p m. 1632

Shee tooke her Phisick wch wrought very well, but her Leggs doe nowe swell very much toward night, & pitt into the flesh wth great paine, her thighes & Belly swell alsoe

Desires to knowe what should bee done:

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 212, p. 455 (bottom right part of page)

Cite this as: Lauren Kassell, Michael Hawkins, Robert Ralley, John Young, Joanne Edge, Janet Yvonne Martin-Portugues, and Natalie Kaoukji (eds.), The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition,;f2-question-asked=Medical%3A%3AMedical%20counsel;f3-damaged=No;f4-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ATreatment%3A%3ATreatment%20follow-up;f5-question-asked=Medical%3A%3AParts%20of%20the%20body, accessed 5 June 2020.