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CASE17394: Horary consultation concerning Elizabeth Hull (PERSON13060)

Question asked by the patient on 29 June 1602 at 13:00

RN Elisabeth Hull of newporte. 37 Iune 29 hor. 1. p m 1602. for the bearing downe of her matrix.

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 221, f. 118v (bottom 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,;f2-hands=Mr%20Richard%20Napier%20%5BSandy%5D%20%5BRichard%20Napier%20%5BSenior%5D%5D;f3-participant=Elizabeth%20Hull%20%28PERSON13060%29;f4-patient=Elizabeth%20Hull%20%28PERSON13060%29;f5-language=English;f6-judgment=No, accessed 4 June 2020.