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CASE12058: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Elizabeth Chester (PERSON10460) and Mr William Chester (PERSON10458)

Question asked by Mrs Elizabeth Chester (PERSON10460) on 12 March 1599 at 12:50

RN Elisabeth Chester 34 yeres cold in her armes & neck bone Mart. 12. {sic} 48. 50. 1599. & her sonn will who is amisse in her|is| lims who cannot stand & looketh weakly.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 99v (upper right part of page)

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CASE12639: Horary consultation concerning Goody Joan Barnwell (PERSON9496) and Anne Dennet (PERSON11253) and Robert Dennet (PERSON11250)

Question asked by Goody Joan Barnwell (PERSON9496) on 4 September 1599 at 11:30

RN Ione Barnwell of husb. Crowlye 26 y. 3 weekes married. but was ill ever since Christmas & was wont to bleede at the nose \& mouth/ mutch looketh ill & hath a drye cough & shaketh her very mutch. her watr of a very good colour. shortwinded.

An Dennet. 3. y: her watr is hie coloured hath motes & leeke cobwebs.

Robart Dennet. 2 yeres hath a reasonab. water but hath some scales.

Septemb. 4. die h. 11. 30. ant m. 1599.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 193v (upper left part of page)

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CASE71180: Horary consultation concerning Frances Erpe (PERSON48583) and Thomas Smith (PERSON59066)

Question asked by Frances Erpe (PERSON48583) between 1 January 1631 at 11:20 and 3 January 1631 at 09:45

RN Thomas Smyth a boy tongue tyed twice or thrice cut: cānot speake

Francis Erpe his mother an ach in her back going into her belly & casteth cleere water onc or twice a day & at other tyms

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 232, p. 43 (upper right part of page)

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CASE76511: Diary entry

Written by Mr Richard Napier [Sandy] [Richard Napier [Senior]] (PERSON5218) on 21 February 1633 at 20:00

RN My Cosen Mr Rich: Wright of Southworke sent me 2 litle firkings & ba\r/lis on full of blue \ordinary/ figs thothr of reasons of the sonne. feb 21 1633

he wrote yt his wife my neece Clare is sorely troubled wth a rising vp to her throate ready to stop her wynd & is payned in her hips & knees & was frighted wth the sight of that fearfull fire

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 214, p. 324 (upper left part 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)

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-querent-is-asking-about=Self%20and%20others;f2-patient-consent=Not%20specified;f3-question-asked=Medical%3A%3AParts%20of%20the%20body%3A%3AHead%20and%20neck%3A%3AThroat%20and%20mouth, accessed 13 July 2020.