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CASE50611: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Elizabeth Pope [Kirkland] [Bird] (PERSON14985)

Question asked by the patient on 12 July 1602 at 13:00

GJ Iulij 12. ho: 12. 20. p. m. I went to see mrs Byrd and Came there ho. 1. p m her phisicke that she tooke yesterday gave her 17 stooles. she is sicke still very hott a payne at her right side feareth the yellowIaundise.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 221, f. 133v (upper right part of page)

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CASE15694: Horary consultation concerning Henry Putnam (PERSON15116)

Question asked by the patient on 7 October 1603 at 07:50

GJ Henry Putman of wolverton 40 y Octob. 7 ho. 7 50 a m. 1603. His physicke he tooke at 4 of the clocke in the morning, it wrought not. miserably vexed wth a stitche in his left side and shoulder

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 207, f. 145r (upper right part of page)

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CASE37805: Horary consultation concerning Mr Adrian Fortescue (PERSON19645) and Mrs Mary Fortescue (PERSON30516) and Mr William Fortescue (PERSON30513)

Question asked by Lady Grace Fortescue [Grace Manners] (PERSON19647) on 3 April 1611 between 15:00 and 16:00

GJ Mr Adrian Fortescue and mrs Mary Fortescue have taken thrice of their physicke and wrought well wth them, the gentlewoman sicke the first taking, and well since, her stomack better, but her head as it was

Mr Adrian sicke wth his physicke on monday last and tooke none since he sleepes not well, is growen weake and his waxen kernells remayne. / my Lady think that if he continue so it will bring him to a consumption She desyres to have some course for mr willm Fortescue 10 y. wch hath also an Itche. Desyres to be satisfyed how this Itche comes whether by overheating the bloud wth violent exercise. & whether they shall continue the rest of the physike.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 200, f. 52v (bottom right part of page)

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CASE41790: Horary consultation concerning an Anonymous (PERSON37921)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON37922) on 1 May 1615 at 16:00

RW A Childe of Cranfeilde y: 1. d. h. 4. post merid. Ap may. 1. 1615. voyded iij wormes vpward & iij downeward: he belly swelled & {illeg} The Child was brought in prsence. was much altered wheras before it was of a sanguine complection: it was now very bleake & wan.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 196, f. 5v (upper right part of page)

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CASE73491: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Anne Tyrringham [Napier] (PERSON60703)

Question asked by the patient on 13 December 1631 at 10:00

SRN Mres An Tyringham Decemb. 13. . h. 10. a. m. 1631.

[Astrological Chart]

tooke her vomitt which gaue her vi vomitts, & hath not bin troubled since, nor noe grudgeing of her former fitts. cannot keep what she eat desires somethinge to settle her stomach.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 212, p. 343 (middle left part 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)

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CASE78840: Horary consultation concerning Mr Lawe (PERSON53440)

Question asked by the patient on 19 February 1634 at 10:00

TG Mr Law of whaddon Febr. 19 {} h. 10. Mat. 1634.

He tooke his purge w\h/ich he vom{ited} againe & yet gave \him/ 7 stooles.

his paine continueth still in his si{de} backe, had not his fit within these three weekes.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 412, f. 90r (upper left part of page)

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CASE78929: Horary consultation concerning Robert Stone (PERSON59682)

Question asked by the patient on 25 March 1634 at 12:00

TG Robert Stone of Grondon 24 y. Mert {sic}. 25 h. 12 mer. 1634. he was here about candlemes & had a vomite which did easy him for a time of his cough, but now he cougheth not so much, but hath a constant paine on his right breast, which will not give him leave to cough.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 412, f. 111v (upper left part of page)

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CASE79211: Horary consultation concerning Mr William Lutwyche (PERSON53993)

Question asked by the patient on 30 December 1634 at 09:45

SRN {M}r William Luttwich of Luttwich. {D}ecemƀ 30. . h 9. 45. a. m. 1634.

[Astrological Chart]

Complained of Cramps & weaknes ouer all his body. face, Armes legs were swelld, now thanks be to God are not. was the payne in his back doth not so much trouble him as before his loosenes stayd vpon those things I gaue as Clysters & Cordialls. now his loosenes hath taken him agayne desires something yt may stay it. vryne a little higher yen it hath bin this 3 dayes, no slu{ff}y Sediment, nor so much troubled with the Gonorrhæa as before Laus deo.

Desires at this tyme something for Cough & loosenes.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 412, f. 167r (upper left, and upper right parts of page)

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CASE79846: Horary consultation concerning John Clement (PERSON46340)

Question asked by the patient on 21 January 1635 at 09:30

SRN Iohn Clements of Newport Ian 21. . h. 9. 30. a. m. 1635.

his vomitt very well both wayes & did him much good.

his Arme not so much swollen. runs a little.

cannot sleepe. desires something. that might make him sleepe.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 340, f. 159v (upper left part of page)

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CASE79792: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Anne Cotta (PERSON47019)

Question asked by the patient on 14 November 1635 at 10:00

SRN Mrs. Cotta of Coventrey. sent her ler Novemƀ. 14. h. 10. a. m. 1635.

The vomitt did worke, vpward & 5 tymes downeward. the pills wrought well & she was let blood arme & Foote:

hath not had yem since March Last, now finds her Liuer distemperd & a payne there. desires the opening drinke or the receipt

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 340, f. 136r (upper right part of page)

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CASE79832: Horary consultation concerning an Anonymous (PERSONGRP161) and Mrs Alice Spark (PERSON59312)

Question asked by Mr William Spark (PERSON35596) on 12 December 1635 no earlier than 10:20

SRN Mr Sparke of blechley send me word they are all well agayne & to prūe his Daughter Alces fitt desires agayne my aduice for the drawing downe of these

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 340, f. 153v (upper right part of page)

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CASE79618: Horary consultation concerning Lady Hester Temple [Old Lady Temple] (PERSON35978)

Question asked by the patient on 29 March 1636 at 15:00

SRN The old Lady Temple of Darsett 66. y. March. 29. . h. 3. p. m. 1636.

The pills j sent her did worke very well & did her very much good.

Is now short wynded & much hoven in ye stomacke & weake in her knees & A{illeg}k|nc|kles, as she was then

hath at this tyme a great hoarsenes & straytnes in her throate. desires the note of ye Dyet drinke. & pills.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 177, f. 18v (upper left, and upper right parts 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=Other;f3-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ASymptoms%20%28specified%29;f4-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ATreatment%3A%3ATreatment%20follow-up, accessed 25 January 2020.