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CASE11822: Horary consultation concerning Mr John Hutton (PERSON13089) and Goody Joan Hutton (PERSON13092)

Question asked by Mr John Hutton (PERSON13089) on 25 November 1598 at 09:30

RN Ihon vtton of feny stratford 40 had a grudging this 3 yeres looketh well wth it & can travell & goe abroad came for my counsell this 25. of novemb 1598. h. 9. 35|0|. mi.

[Astrological Chart]

he enquired for his wife who is troubled wth a wind cholick & a great heate in her back

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 56v (upper right 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)

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CASE55470: Horary consultation concerning Sir Thomas Monson [Baronet] [Mr Monson [the elder]] (PERSON5064) and Young Mr John Monson (PERSON33305)

Question asked by Sir Thomas Monson [Baronet] [Mr Monson [the elder]] (PERSON5064) on 6 January 1623 at 17:00

RN Sr Th. Mounson. for his owne fortune touching his busines wth ny {sic} lord treasourer & son Th Marg of Buckingham & the young gentlemā will befrynd him to have an end of his busynes & also of his sons health & when he is to prsent his gyft to ye king. Ian. 6. h. 5. p m. 1623

Mr Iohn is better then he was of his cold & keepeth still his chāber his ioynt are weake his father craveth my advice for him Ian. 6. h. 5 p m 1623. full of melanch

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 222, f. 150v (upper right, and bottom left parts of page)

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CASE10178: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Margery Dayrell (PERSON11218) and Dayrell (PERSON11204) and Dayrell (PERSON11205) and Mrs Rebecca Dayrell (PERSON11206) and Dayrell (PERSON11207) and Mrs Mary Dayrell (PERSON19461) and Elizabeth Dayrell (PERSON11216) and Mrs Anne Dayrell (PERSON11214)

Question asked by Mrs Margery Dayrell (PERSON11218) on 17 March 1600 at 13:45

RN Mres Margery Dorrle \Mary Dayrle/ of Lillingstone Dorrle 44 at Candlemas last. for a payne in the sowles of her feete as it were a sprene. March. 17 die h. 1. 45 p m. 1600. this shooteth vp into the top of feete

[Astrological Chart]

Elisabeth Dayrell 2i y. also this gentlewomā craveth my Counsell for her wch is of 2i yere yt had the greene sicknes but is well cured of it. but hath a litle sore on her leg of the bignes of a halpeny this halfe yeere.

her watr \very/ good & a pr gentlewoman.

An dayrell tr 19 y troubled wth the greene sicknes shortwinded greeped about the hart & stuffed.

Mres Derrell craveth furthr my Counsell for 4 \5/ childrē. on of 6 anothr of 5. anthr {sic} of 8 troubled wth an itch & wax kernels.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 202, ff. 15v-16r (f. 15v upper right, f. 16r upper left, and f. 16r bottom left)

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;f3-question-asked=Medical%3A%3AMedical%20counsel;f4-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ASymptoms%20%28specified%29, accessed 6 June 2020.