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  • Emmanuel Scrope [First Earl of Sunderland, Lord President of York] [Lord Scrope] (PERSON58391)

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, https://casebooks.lib.cam.ac.uk/search?f1-document-type=Case%3A%3AEntry;sort=sort-date;f2-practitioner-is-querent=Yes;f3-language=English;f4-patient=Emmanuel%20Scrope%20%5BFirst%20Earl%20of%20Sunderland%2C%20Lord%20President%20of%20York%5D%20%5BLord%20Scrope%5D%20%28PERSON58391%29;f5-how-did-it-take-place=Question%20asked%20in%20person;f6-practice=Napier;f7-patient-consent=Not%20specified;f8-treatment=Yes, accessed 9 July 2020.