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CASE70097: Horary consultation concerning Sir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]] (PERSON6315)

Question asked by the patient on 25 February 1630 at 13:00

RN Sr Rob Na my brother febr 25 h. 1 p m 1630

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 194, p. 119 (bottom left, and bottom right parts of page)

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CASE70219: Horary consultation concerning Sir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]] (PERSON6315)

Question asked by the patient on 12 March 1630 at 20:00

RN Sr Robert sent me a lettr |S Robert sentr m{e} {sic}| \wheathr an/ march 12 h. 8 a|p| m 1630 wheather any remedy & asketh /what the disease is.\ wheather he may adde the 4 Cooling seedes & also Drink milke nowe frō the Cow because he fyndeth a skalding & great payne in deliv of his vryne

Canot keepe the foreskin on to cover the nit {sic} of his yard

a loosnes almost 2 months scouring away mutch filth on satt last a loosnes & a stoole of blood did sit over a hot oke stoole & mended

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 194, p. 157 (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, https://casebooks.lib.cam.ac.uk/search?f1-document-type=Case%3A%3AEntry;sort=sort-date;f2-querent-age-band=060-069;f3-date=1630-1639;f4-participant=Sir%20Robert%20Sandy%20%5BNapier%5D%20%5BBaronet%5D%20%5BOld%20Sir%20Robert%20Napier%5D%20%5BMr%20Robert%20Sandy%20%5BNapier%5D%5D%20%28PERSON6315%29, accessed 26 January 2020.