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CASE13279: Interrogation (Starting journey) concerning Unknown (ORG39)

Question asked by Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]] (PERSON5218) between 22 January 1597 and 6 September 1597

RN Cales voyage. 1596. Iunij 2. die . h. 8. 50|45|. h. 8. 45. mi. mor: They set hoyse seas seales to goe toward Cales. from Plymoth. they went to the lands end in Corwayle but driven back into plymmoth sound by blustering wind. vppō the next friday mor. following

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Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 175, f. 126v (upper part of page)

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CASE13280: Interrogation (Starting journey) concerning Unknown (ORG39)

Question asked by Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]] (PERSON5218) between 22 January 1597 and 6 September 1597

RN 1596. Iunij 4. die h. 7. m. 45. they s {sic} hoysed sayles & came wth & were caried wt fortunate winds to the harbour of Cales & came before the towne vppō mor: about 5|h|. 5. 50 m. & cast ankre wthin the shot of the towne & were tossed wth exceeding boysterous & blustering winds all yt day & in great iudy to make shipwrack t|&| to leese there ankers. but vppon mor. 5|h|or. 5. 50 m. mor. they fought togeathr wth a hot & doubtfull battle1 but at lenght gote overcame them wc caused thē to burne there ships. afterward entred ye towne & wōne it. at what in the entry they slue Sr Iohn winckfilde

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Notes:

1 ‘vntill 3 after noone. but then they gote the victory.’ in the left margin

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 175, f. 127r (upper part of page)

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CASE13179: Interrogation (Starting journey) concerning Robert Devereux [Second Earl of Essex] (PERSON2302)

Question asked by Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]] (PERSON5218) between 26 July 1597 and 6 September 1597

RN The Earle of Ess set forw. frō plimmoth to ward {sic} toward his voyage bending to Cast Cales & so to his voyag onward. the 23 of Iuly. beinge satterday. 5. h. 30 mi auror & so went forward wth sp. winds that satterday & sunday. on munday following the skye clouded & misted & grew blacker & blacker. on tuesday the 26 of Iuly all the fore noone exceeding wind hurling & tossing thē. to & fro. wc made thē brake there tops & b caused thē to cut there gabels & {left} adast agaynst our {vwne} {sic} reck wthinto {sic} two miles of Plimothe 1 a pinnes called the tobacco pipe & 1 3 hollanders ships & by leaking almost endangered the gener. ship. yt wth mutch a doe was saved & this winde drove thē back againe into almost wthin the harbour of plimouth on the 27 of Iuly fell arose an exceeding winde & a great tempest of reane as if heaven & yearth should goe togeathr the forenoone.

1597. Iuly 23. die . h. 6. 30. mi. fecti sunt iter marittinū capess{en}t.

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Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 175, ff. 58v-59r (f. 58v upper, f. 59r upper right, and f. 59r middle left)

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CASE80042: Interrogation concerning Robert Devereux [Second Earl of Essex] (PERSON2302)

Question asked by Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]] (PERSON5218) between 26 July 1597 and 6 September 1597

RN h. 9. 30. m. ant {sic} 1597. Iuly. 26. vbi ventis disiectu naves.

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Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 175, f. 59r (middle right part of page)

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CASE50141: Interrogation concerning King James (PERSON27109)

Question asked by Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]] (PERSON5218) on 8 January 1620 between 14:00 and 17:00

RN R I in reg inaug. Iulij 25 h. 2 p 1603. /die \  {sic}. 2 p {sic} 1603.

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Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 213, f. 99r (upper left, and bottom right parts of page)

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CASE66493: Horary consultation concerning King Charles [Prince Charles] (PERSON42235)

Question asked by Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]] (PERSON5218) on 3 July 1628 at 18:00

RN vtrū Rex prstabit pac in civ. L Iuly 3 h. 6. p \an/ m 1628

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Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 405, f. 94r (upper 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, https://casebooks.lib.cam.ac.uk/search?f1-document-type=Case%3A%3AEntry;sort=sort-date;f2-practitioner-is-querent=Yes;f3-question-asked=Worldly%20affairs;f4-practitioner=Mr%20Richard%20Napier%20%5BSandy%5D%20%5BRichard%20Napier%20%5BSenior%5D%5D%20%28PERSON5218%29;f5-patient-knowledge=Not%20specified, accessed 27 February 2020.