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CASE12033: Horary consultation concerning Thomas Bartom (PERSON9520) and Bartom (PERSON9519)

Question asked by Thomas Bartom (PERSON9520) and Bartom (PERSON9519) on 8 March 1599 at 09:10

RN Thomas Bartom. 15 yeres sick this 5 weekes. nothing will tary wth him for this fortnight lyeth in his hed light headed. Martij 8. die . h. 9. 10. 1599. at Newport.

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his fathr moved a question at the same time or a quartr after 9. for a payne in his knee wc was broken his thigh was broken quite thorough & nowe the paine is fallen into his knee pan & is swollen.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 95r (upper left part of page)

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CASE45092: Horary consultation concerning Lawrence Chamberlain (PERSON28808) and Mr Richard Adams (PERSON9031)

Question asked by Lawrence Chamberlain (PERSON28808) and Mr Richard Adams (PERSON9031) on 7 June 1617 at 09:00

RN Lawrenc Chamberlayne kinsmā to Mr Adams of Stachden 39 y Iune 7. h {sic} hor. 9. ant m 1617 /& Mr Adams him selfe.\

[Partial Astrological Chart]

[Astrological Chart]

Mr Adams of Stachden well recovered but his mouth is very soare the skyn of his stomack is so hot faynt & sickly a bad stomack Iune 7 h {sic} hor 9 ant m 1617 desyrous of a cool{in}g syrope or other cōforta{ter}

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 220, f. 1v (upper left, and upper right parts of page)

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CASE16791: Horary consultation concerning George Gregory (PERSON12393) and Richard Osmond (PERSON14582) and William Dawes (PERSON11193)

Question asked by George Gregory (PERSON12393), Richard Osmond (PERSON14582) and William Dawes (PERSON11193) on 5 April 1602 at 07:00

RN George Gregory of Turvy 52 for an ach in the huckle bone

Rich: Osmunde of Turvy 52. for an ache in the hucklebone running to the legs. Apr 5. ho. 7. a m  {sic} wth a pricking. /better hot then cold & shootinge.\ 1602

Williā Dawes 48 y. of Turvy all at on tyme for a payne about his harte.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 221, f. 26v (bottom left part of page)

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CASE60968: Horary consultation concerning Mr Anthony Lightfoote (PERSON53721) and Thomas Huglescote (PERSON52086) and Anonymous (PERSON40152) and William Aspland (PERSON42975) and Aspland (PERSON42976) and Aspland (PERSON42974) and Anonymous (PERSON40153) and John Sherwood (PERSON58658) and Thomas Jordan (PERSON52695) and Jordan (PERSON52697) and Alice Tomkins (PERSON60271) and Valentine Tomkins (PERSON60262) and Tomkins (PERSON60267) and Anonymous (PERSON40154) and Anonymous (PERSON40155) and Anonymous (PERSON40156) and Anonymous (PERSON40157) and Anonymous (PERSON40158) and Anonymous (PERSON40159) and Anonymous (PERSON40160)

Question asked by Mr Anthony Lightfoote (PERSON53721) on 17 August 1625 at 15:40

RN Mr Anth. Light foote craveth my consell for him selfe & his family concerning the plaugue Aug 17. . h. 3. 40 p m. 1625. of Glouson other {illeg}|w|ise Gr|l|ouston

3 Dyed of ye plauge in a Londyners house

a young mā, & his wife wth \severall {sic}/ ch his wife in another house {illeg}|g|reat wth child & 2 childrē. on 4 y. thother two.

what is best to sweeten & to clense the house. & how long it may be till they {illeg}|M|ay come abroad a month. |Mr light foote.|

Also for him selfe & his people 8 of them

3|4| men & 3 maydes besyde him selfe.

& for Th. Huglescote yt was wth the old mā. 34 y.

for him selfe & his mayde

another poor mā his wife & his father./ & a chil a

will As{p}land {sic} Aspland his wife & a o{illeg} {sic}

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 217, f. 173r (upper left, and upper right parts of page)

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CASE19297: Horary consultation concerning Mr Matthew Emerson (PERSON11576) and Randall Young (PERSON17472)

Question asked by Mr Matthew Emerson (PERSON11576) and Randall Young (PERSON17472) on 27 April 1601 at 13:45

RN Mathewe Emmerton of Stony stratford {A} {sic} 26. y Ap 27 die hor. 1. 45. p m. 1601

Randall yonge of the same towne oculis et capitis dolore1

[Astrological Chart]

Randall younge of Stonystratford Apr 27 die hor. 2. p m. 1601.

Notes:

1 ‘for a megrim & blood shotten eyes eyes swollen’ in chart

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 404, ff. 97v-98r (f. 97v upper right, and f. 98r upper left)

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CASE74377: Horary consultation concerning Sir Thomas Ersfeild [Mr Ersfeild] (PERSON48585) and Sir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]] (PERSON6315) and Mr Alexander Napier [Sandy] (PERSON25251)

Question asked by Sir Thomas Ersfeild [Mr Ersfeild] (PERSON48585) and Sir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]] (PERSON6315) on 20 April 1632 at 14:00

RN I had a letters frō young \old/ Sr Robert & young Sr Rob. Sr Th.: Earffild & Sr water Leach Ap 1 \2/0 h. 2 p m 1632

frō old Sr Rob 6 rabbots & 2 litle troughts

They desyre me to goe wth Sr Rob & his L into yorke sheere & Sr walter into Devonshire

Sr Thomas ak|c|knowledged|th| yt my last pouder sent about a fortnight sinc hath recovered the fect{illeg} craveth the same powder.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 416, p. 96 (bottom left, and middle right parts of page)

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CASE28275: Horary consultation concerning Sir Francis Duncombe [Mr Francis Duncombe] (PERSON11399) and Mr William Duncombe (PERSON19515)

Question asked by Sir Francis Duncombe [Mr Francis Duncombe] (PERSON11399) and Mr William Duncombe (PERSON19515) between 17 October 1606 at 13:00 and 18 October 1606 at 08:15

RN Mr Dūcōbe of Broughton for flegme. & stone all about his lounges.

Thothr Mr Duncōbe of London for the strangullion all about his bellye. maketh watr often.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 215, f. 293v (upper right part of page)

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CASE30316: Horary consultation concerning Mr Richard Dawson (PERSON22840) and Mr Sterope (PERSON25572)

Question asked by Mr Richard Dawson (PERSON22840) and Mr Sterope (PERSON25572) on 18 November 1606 at 09:00

RN Mr Dawson the kep of my lords wardrope his serv. novēb. 18 h. 8. ant 30. ant m. 1606 for a gowte in his hāds & feete/

Mr Sterope the Registr ascaridib. belly 32 y novēb. 18. h. 9. ant m. 1606.

Mr dawson & mr Sterope.

m|th|{sic} lady Brooke

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 193, f. 26r (upper left, upper right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE10134: Horary consultation concerning Ralph Warren (PERSON16829) and Thomas Knight (PERSON13459)

Question asked by Ralph Warren (PERSON16829) and Thomas Knight (PERSON13459) on 6 March 1600 at 08:00

RN Ralfe Warren of Stockgolding 24. y a batcheler. sicke this moneth came leek an ague. casteth vp every thinge. March. 6 die h. 8 ant m. 1600.

Thomas knight 30 yeres old a batcheler. March 6. die  {sic} 8 ant m. 1600 a {illeg} gnawing at his harth as it were chest wormes

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, f. 6v (upper left, and upper right parts of page)

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CASE11775: Horary consultation concerning John Bright (PERSON10002) and Anonymous (PERSON17623)

Question asked by John Bright (PERSON10002) and Anonymous (PERSON17623) on 2 November 1598 at 13:40

RN Iohn Brighty of Eaten by fenny stratford. 58 yeres amisse this 9 or 10 yeres but most sinc midsomer. he goeth abroad & talketh well. & lustely. tooke it wth a surfet this 2 of Novenb. {sic} die . h. 1. 34|8| mi. {sic} \36 |40| m./ \40/ |40 {sic} m| p. m. troubled very mutch for this moneth. 1598

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 47r (upper left part of page)

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CASE19094: Horary consultation concerning Robert Alcock (PERSON9067) and Alcock (PERSON9063)

Question asked by Robert Alcock (PERSON9067) and Alcock (PERSON9063) on 26 March 1601 at 13:00

RN Robart Aucock of Bonist 22. a batcheler in bedfordsheere. Martij 26. die hor. 1. p m 160i

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 404, f. 64r (upper right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE31039: Horary consultation concerning an Anonymous (PERSON26324) and Anonymous (PERSON26325)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON26324) and Anonymous (PERSON26325) on 4 April 1607 at 13:20

RN t|T|wo honest men of Naash came to me for my counsell to prvent the plaugue Apr 4 h {sic} hor 1. 20 p m 1607

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 193, f. 135v (bottom left part of page)

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CASE43710: Horary consultation concerning Edward Marsh (PERSON33013) and Mr William Marsh (PERSON33017)

Question asked by Edward Marsh (PERSON33013) and Mr William Marsh (PERSON33017) on 25 July 1616 at 11:45

RN Mr Nicholas Marshe 2 childrē. Edw. Marsh 12 y had the Measels came out |& went in agayne| |his water indiff| Will Marsh 10 y this very sic{k} cast cough. very sore the youngers water very thick & aguish / h. 11. 45 ant m 16i6\

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 408, f. 144r (upper right part of page)

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CASE70714: Horary consultation concerning John Kingston (PERSON53021) and Mr Shephard (PERSON58565)

Question asked by John Kingston (PERSON53021) and Mr Shephard (PERSON58565) on 5 May 1630 at 14:30

RN Iohn Kingstone serv to Mr Shephead of Toceter 28 y may 5. h. 2. 30 p m 1630

Mr Shepheard his mr of Toceter cōp of his & left syde riseth vp to his throat maketh him sicke vntill he have eaten something.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 194, p. 335 (upper left part of page)

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CASE70739: Horary consultation concerning an Anonymous (PERSON41172) and Anonymous (PERSON41173)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON41172) and Anonymous (PERSON41173) between 7 May 1630 at 16:00 and 8 May 1630 at 07:00

RN a man troubled wth a wyndy rupture. |oxic{recū} playster ß|

another wth a flux of his Cons seede |Comfrey ij|

boath ill for a yere

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 194, p. 343 (upper left part of page)

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CASE73135: Horary consultation concerning Mr William Astone (PERSON43007) and Mr Robert Astone (PERSON43004)

Question asked by Mr William Astone (PERSON43007) and Mr Robert Astone (PERSON43004) on 6 October 1631 at 10:00

RN Sr Will: Ashtens oldest sonne \mr Will Ashton/ 28 y octob. 6 h. 10 ant m 163i /of Tingrith\

[Astrological Chart]

my lady Cleeveland would not have him to take any physick because he hath taken clyst & purge & is very soluble

Craveth my advise & would have Diasc{illeg}

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 212, p. 213 (upper left, upper right, bottom left, and bottom right parts of page)

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CASE66410: Horary consultation concerning John Evans (PERSON48624) and Anonymous (PERSON40698)

Question asked by John Evans (PERSON48624) on 19 June 1628 at 18:00

RN {I}ohn Evans of the Mynrys in London Iue {sic} 19 h. 6 p m. 1628

writeth for a gent mā

first vnfoldeth his owne greefe how he is wrōged & cosened of all yt he hath & therby he his wife & childrē broght to great want & misery craveth my Counsell & instruction

Also writeth in the behalfe of a gentlemā yt having taken an extreme cold & prsently an exceeding greefe for the Death of his wife & {th}erby cast Downe into sicknes & mutch melancholy of a sanguyne cōplexion his sicknes & melancholy is mutch abated & now his voice is almost Lost yt he s cānot {sic} \on cānot/ spea heare on \him/ that speaketh {sic} \to speake/ a yard of

cōplayneth of something about the pit of his throate his voice is only low & weake but not troubled wth any fault in noncing but cleere inough every where no physick but cōplayneth of the coldnes of his stomack & head & sone {sic} stoppage about the begying of his nose cold flegme & cold head & defect in hearing hath 2 great manyscripts of physick yt he is Desyrous I should vse craveth vnder god my consayle for the frind his gentleman

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 405, f. 80r (upper left part of page)

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CASE12733: Horary consultation concerning William Seabrook (PERSON15687) and Mr Harvey (PERSON12611)

Question asked by William Seabrook (PERSON15687) and Mr Harvey (PERSON12611) on 26 January 1599 between 09:40 and 16:15

RN William’ Seabrook of Walton 40: zelotipia laborat. Mr Harvy of Crowly requestet|d| me to doe him good as touching his hearing. {v}d {ʒ}. zelotip. phrenesi laborat: et vxorē p{uni}t.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 228, f. 208r (upper right part of page)

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CASE58390: Horary consultation concerning John Biggs (PERSON44132) and John Biggs (PERSON44134)

Question asked by John Biggs (PERSON44132) and John Biggs (PERSON44134) on 8 May 1624 at 09:00

RN Iohn Big of Pegsden by Barton in ye Clay & by Shitlīgton 60 y may 8 h {sic} hor 9 ant m 1624 a drye cough.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 413, f. 181v (bottom left part of page)

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CASE60941: Horary consultation concerning John Bright (PERSON44817) and Edward Bright (PERSON44816)

Question asked by John Bright (PERSON44817) and Edward Bright (PERSON44816) on 13 August 1625 at 08:25

RN Iohn Bright of Eaton by Bletchley 50 y Aug 13 h {sic} hor 8. 25 ant m 1625 |ten days scouring & casting|

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 217, f. 168v (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-patient-sex=Male;f2-querent-sex=Male;f3-question-asked=Medical, accessed 29 March 2020.