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CASE11911: Horary consultation concerning Old John Risely (PERSON15344)

Question asked by Risely (PERSON15342) on 30 December 1598 at 09:45

RN Iohn Risely of Rawnson sent onc againe to me for my counsell his pain lieth now in his Cods {wc} are swollen as big as ons hed & as hard as a borde he was wont to haue them swollen very big but then lasted but 5 houres & nowe swelled ever sinc weddensday he cannot eate sleepe or goe to ground. troubled wth the wind Cholicke a paine in his backe st{illeg}ry Desirous to take a stro{illeg} but Doubteth he ca shall be able Decēb. filius patre cū consensu. Decēb 30. die . h. 10. \9. 45./ 1598 his water cold red & thi{ck}

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 73v (upper right part of page)

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CASE15761: Horary consultation concerning Elizabeth Hayes (PERSON12687) and Hayes (PERSON12686)

Question asked by Elizabeth Hayes (PERSON12687) on 18 October 1603 at 09:50

GJ Elsabeth Hayes of Turvy 43 y Octob. 18 ho. 9. 50 a m. 1603. |wind in the stomacke.| A dry Cough An Itche and as it were a dry scurfe. Hath a Childe of 2 yeere old sucking on her, the childe very poore & will take nothing but the brest can neither go nor speake: borne the saturday fortnight after midsomer 1601 betwene 8 & 9 at night quiet in the day but very vnquiett all night. very cold, swelled in the body of late. the mother nunquā habuit menstrua since she had this child.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 207, f. 150r (bottom left part of page)

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CASE11786: Horary consultation concerning Mr Andrew Knight (PERSON13447)

Question asked by the patient on 8 November 1598 at 14:52

RN Andrew Knighte of Newport 36. for the winde cholicke this moneth. & stone red sand & changeth it into blood as big as a {fe}tch somewhat yellowe. forced to \purge/ fleme yellowe Chollour in great abundanc right syde of the reanes of his back & so rūneth to the bottome of his belly. vrine hot & cōplexion wthout the fit. Novemb. 8. die h. 3. 2. 52. m. p m. 1598. extreeme payne in side & backe.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 49v (upper left part of page)

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CASE52283: Horary consultation concerning Mr John Faldo (PERSON19580)

Question asked by the patient on 18 April 1621 at 11:00

RN Mr Iohn Faldoe of Goldington 30 y Ap 18 h. 11 ant m 162i

1 for his cōsupt {sic} feared stitches on his left syde. 2 his cough. 3 cold sweat. 4 his costivenes.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 233, f. 109r (upper left part of page)

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CASE66092: Horary consultation concerning Agnes Kent (PERSON52814)

Question asked by Anonymous (PERSON40662) on 14 May 1628 at 17:00

RN Agnys Kent of Moulsoe almost 5 quarters borne on Palme sonday last was twelfmonth about some {sic} rising sent to me May 14. . h. 5. p m. 1628.

It is pyned & cōsumed belly hard & voydeth wormes living 6. wasteth in the body. was nurced by goody Keburne. goody Keburne came into another nurces house & would needes suckle it, wheathr the nurce would or no & sinc mutch amys & it swounded twice to day belly very hard flesh quite wasted was not well tended by goody Keburne face swelled buttocke black & blewe. cānot stand vppon the lyms the child prsent wth goody Alton of Moulsoe it did batle well vnder this nurce vntill goody Keburne her former nurce would suckle it force tooke some surfet.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 405, f. 32r (upper left part of page)

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CASE71329: Decumbiture for Mrs Seth Hadle (PERSON50568)

Question asked by the patient on 3 February 1631 at 13:30

RN a rising vp ready to choake her voydeth vp flegme & blood & swoundeth often sinc last night about nine & cānot speake feb 2. h. 9 p m 163i |body swelled| /speachles\ /An Impost feared\ |neavr had child|

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 232, p. 103 (bottom right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE73490: Horary consultation concerning John Nashe (PERSON55178)

Question asked by the patient on 12 December 1631 at 14:45

SRN Iohn Nash of Hattfeild 54. y. Decemb. 12. . h. 2. 45. p. m. 1631

hath a great Cough often vomitts Blood body very sollouble sickned the 5 this month . cannot slee{pe} nor eate

Vryne very high & red RN /exceeding weake & feeble\ SRN

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 212, p. 342 (bottom right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE12301: Horary consultation concerning Anne Bourton (PERSON9905)

Question asked by the patient on 25 April 1599 at 08:30

RN An Bourton of Olny 26 yeres old. sick the ever sinc Lent tooke her in her hed hart & backe maried this 7 yeres had but on Child but yt god hath taken to his mercy. {s} {sic} it holdeth her nowe as an ague shaking her every day. & hat sweateth & is very hot after the shaking & hath as it were a thing lūbring in her chest very corpulent faynt & very feeble. hath a very painfull cough ready to Drawe vp hart & hall wth it & fetcheth blood very short winded. fetcheth vp fleume & water as cleare as a bell. Ap. 25 die . h. 8. 30. mi ant m. 1599. hath a very sore ague every day yt maketh her sweate exceedingly. hath not had this moneth her Courses sinc shee voyded a litle porrengr of clompered bloode/

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 138r (upper left part of page)

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CASE49923: Horary consultation concerning Goodman William Young (PERSON37175)

Question asked by the patient on 9 November 1619 at 15:00

RN Will Young of Illing beyond St yeedes 58 y novēb. 9 h. 3. p m 1619.

an aguish thick red water. / sick the thursd before St Nich his day. a twelfemonth something smyt him on the chest le{illeg}|n|ing {sic} \leaning/ agaynst a tree by wth mutch gryping in his belly a swelling in his body sometymes hot & sometymes cold wth a nūmnes in his legs yt he cānot goe for it. loose body. cānot eate nor drinke by fits.

is vp every day more or les.

Is so swelled in his body yt he cā scarce get his cleathes togeathr by fits his legs

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 213, f. 51v (upper left part of page)

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CASE10647: Horary consultation concerning Thomas White (PERSON17057) and Susan White (PERSON17086)

Question asked by Thomas White (PERSON17057) and Susan White (PERSON17086) on 22 May 1600 at 11:30

RN Thomas White of Milten 56. may 22 die h. 11 30 ant m 1600 |a payne in his shoulders| payned in his head back & chest stuffed. faynt & feeble water good but yellowish. sande in his backe. a drye cough.

Susāna White of Milten Mres Androwes servant 18 a red coloured wenche legs sweld. hath the whites but very few of the reds. head & harte a swimminge.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, f. 79r (bottom left part of page)

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CASE10782: Horary consultation concerning Matthew Rutland (PERSON15541)

Question asked by the patient on 9 June 1600 at 07:12

RN Mathewe Rutland of Newnton Longfild. Iune 9. die h. 7. 12. ant m. 1600 for a griping tormenting payne in his chest as it were the wormes. 50 y. old.

his breath stinketh voyded on worme

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, f. 100r (bottom left, and bottom right parts of page)

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CASE12199: Horary consultation concerning Edward Newton (PERSON14403)

Question asked by the patient on 3 April 1599 at 10:00

RN Edward Newnton sick this 14 week of Stony stratford a weaver hart & everywhere sick pined & yet eatet skin & bone. & yet will eate any thing. 60 yeres old. faynt. hard bound {illeg}|y|et onc in 24 houres. feareth lest he be b{edr}ed a drie coughe. this 8 yeres. Aprill 3 die h. 10. 1599. reareth fleme, in a cōsumption. hart hele & stronge.

E Newton.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 120r (bottom right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE12980: Horary consultation concerning Elizabeth Turvey (PERSON16599)

Question asked by Turvey (PERSON16591) and Anonymous (PERSON8899) on 10 January 1600 at 13:00

RN Elisabeth Turuy the fathr & grandfathr for the child 2 y. miserablely troubled wth as it were wth a great quaking & heate. pyning & consuming. Ian. 10 die 1. 1600

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 253r (upper left part of page)

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CASE18107: Horary consultation concerning Goodwife Susan Langton (PERSON13591)

Question asked by the patient on 17 October 1602 at 10:50

GJ Susan Langton of Molsho 34 y Octob 17. ho. 10. 50 a m. A lightnes and ringing in her head. a payne in her necke cannot sleepe./

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Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 221, f. 225v (bottom right part of page)

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CASE23779: Horary consultation concerning Edward Allen (PERSON27326)

Question asked by the patient on 6 August 1614 at 11:15

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Edward Allen. Y. 18. August. 6. . hor. 11. 15 A. M. 1614. ill ever since a week befor our Lady day. Spitteth much wth a great coufgh & very lean & faynt, vrine high couller.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 237, f. 66r (upper right part of page)

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CASE42641: Horary consultation concerning Goody Blea (PERSON28126)

Question asked by the patient on 10 November 1615 at 09:00

RN Goody Blea of this towne Novēb. 10. h. 9. ant m. 16i5

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\hath a loosenes/ burning feaver faynt feeble sent to me for a cordiall

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 196, f. 146r (upper left part of page)

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CASE44077: Horary consultation concerning Emery Hall (PERSON31285)

Question asked by the patient on 11 November 1616 at 16:00

RN \Emry Hall 65 y of Stoe/ The old womā of Staunton for her \bad paynfull/ backe & cough at night & swelling in her legs at night novēb 11. h. 4 p m 16i6 wery weake & feeble & extremely payned in her backe.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 198, f. 22v (upper left part of page)

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CASE44768: Horary consultation concerning Gabriel Sharpe (PERSON35217)

Question asked by the patient on 25 April 1617 at 10:20

RN Gab. Sharpe of Weston Ap. 25. {}|| h. 10. 20 ant m 1617 had an ague wch is fallen down into his wth red spots wch are very sore & payneth him mutch. |16 y| |a cough drye flegm|

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 198, f. 137r (bottom part of page)

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CASE50380: Horary consultation concerning Lawrence Huckerby (PERSON31919)

Question asked by the patient on 14 March 1620 at 10:55

RW Laurence Iuckkerby of Layton. y. 38. d. h: 22. 55. ant. m. Martij 14 1620. put on a shirte not ayred on morninge, & was all that \day/ after it cold & aguish & at night had a great payne with an extreeme stick in his ryght side. can take nothing but liquid matter, & yet hee vomiteth vp that againe If hee doth but stirre his sticke taketh him extreamely. hee is very faynt.

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Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 213, f. 143v (upper right part of page)

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CASE52069: Horary consultation concerning Constance Marks (PERSON54287)

Question asked by the patient on 24 February 1621 at 09:30

RN Constanc Markes of North Crowly. 22 y febr. 24. h {sic} hor. 9. 30 ant m 162i

hath thē not well normally heretofore but not sinc Whitsondtyde had thē. pyneth cōsumeth cougheth a gydynes a long sore scouring |back ill|

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 233, f. 65v (upper left 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-practitioner-is-patient=No;f2-judgment=No;f3-treatment=Yes;f4-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ASymptoms%20%28specified%29, accessed 28 March 2020.