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CASE76430: Horary consultation concerning James Wit (PERSON62069)

Question asked by the patient on 9 February 1632 at 12:00

TG Iames Witte {illeg}|2|3 of Woottē die 9 Febr. \H. 12 merid./ 1632.

was takes this day sendis hath much paine in his backe, cannot take anything in his mouth & is very weekey\e/ {sic}

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 214, p. 303 (bottom right part of page)

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CASE78684: Horary consultation concerning Martha [Matthew] Wakline (PERSON60944)

Question asked by the patient on 28 December 1633 at 12:00

U[1624–34] Martha Wakelyn of Croaton. 27. y. Decemb. 28. . h. 12. mer. 1633

Is very weake can eate litle,

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 412, f. 61v (upper right part of page)

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CASE51943: Horary consultation concerning an Anonymous (PERSON39187)

Question asked by the patient on 19 January 1621 at 16:30

RN The Carier of Hanslop goody filds brother. 54 y Ian. 19. h. 4. 30 p m 1621.

a burning feaver

very faynt & weake cānot eate sodenly taken

[Astrological Chart]

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 233, f. 38r (upper left part 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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CASE12691: Horary consultation concerning Richard Sumner (PERSON16260)

Question asked by the patient on 13 September 1599 at 15:06

RN Richard Sūner of lowten 23. his payne lyeth in his head. cannot sleepe nor goe to stoole eateth very litle is very weake. Septemb. 13. die h. 3. 6 p m. 1599.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 202r (bottom left part of page)

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CASE43407: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Anne Norwood (PERSON14527)

Question asked by the patient on 20 May 1616 at 18:00

RN mres Norwood of Astwood. 40 y may. 20 h. 6 p m 16i6. troubled wth mutch melancholie. / & heavynes stomack full. & hath no appetite & l {sic} careth not to eate any meale. & cānot sleepe & groweth light headed.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 408, f. 94r (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-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ASymptoms%20%28specified%29%3A%3AEating%20and%20drinking%20problems%3A%3AProblems%20with%20appetite;f2-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ASymptoms%20%28specified%29%3A%3ADizzy%20and%2For%20faint;f3-time-of-day=PM, accessed 29 January 2020.