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CASE13520: Horary consultation concerning William Loveles (PERSON13804)

Question asked by the patient on 25 May 1598 at 13:00

RN \Will: Lovely./ An old man of Newp. for his disease. Ascens. day 1598 die . h. 1.a p. merid he hath a great greeping about his harte.

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 182, f. 192r (upper part of page)

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CASE64661: Horary consultation concerning Mr Thomas Pentloe (PERSON56547)

Question asked by the patient on 28 September 1627 at 09:39

RN Th: Pentloe of Swymsteede 52 y Sept 28  {sic} h. 9. 39. ant m. 1627.

pinched & griped in his bellly esp after Eating

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 227, f. 225r (upper left part of page)

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CASE78947: Horary consultation concerning Mr Richard Morton (PERSON55005)

Question asked by the patient on 29 March 1634 at 10:00

TG Mr Richard Morton of Hanslap 58 y. Mart. 29. . h. 10 a m. 1634. continuall griping in his belly & in his backe {sic} \huckelbone./ this 14night goeth to stuel every day.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 412, f. 113r (upper 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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CASE12482: Horary consultation concerning Old Mrs Joan Edmonds (PERSON11483)

Question asked by Mr Richard Edmonds (PERSON11481) on 18 May 1599 at 13:00

RN Mr Edmunds for his wife of Shenly 56. troubled wth the winde cholick wth gripings & pruckins {sic} & very sick a very good water at 18 of may. die h. 1. p m. 1599. /& a great coughe\

Transcribed entry from MS Ashmole 228, f. 167r (bottom left part of page)

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CASE19013: Horary consultation concerning Richard Scrivener (PERSON15675)

Question asked by the patient on 11 March 1601 at 11:00

RN Rich Scrivenor of Potters Perry Martij xj die . h. 11. ant m. 1601.

ventris dolore et lateris d|s|inistri dolore. wth sundry grypes.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 404, f. 50v (bottom left part of page)

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CASE49121: Horary consultation concerning Peter Brown (PERSON28458)

Question asked by the patient on 30 June 1619 at 10:40

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Peter Browne of Stoe. 50 y. Iune 30 h. 10 40 ant m 16i9 a gryping \all/ overthwart his belly stone cholick

desyrous to come to me/ because I did him once good/

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 235, f. 76r (upper right part of page)

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CASE55661: Horary consultation concerning George Stevens (PERSON59563)

Question asked by Mr Rawlinson [Rawlins] (PERSON57364) on 27 February 1623 at 12:00

RN Georg Steaphens of Tyddington 52 y feb 27 h. 12. 1623 the L Wentsworth Coo

sorely tormented wth a bloody flix

back & belly mightely m {sic} griped1

Mr Rollynson wrote for him

[Astrological Chart]

Notes:

1 ‘a blood flix back belly sorely tormented’ in chart

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 222, f. 182r (upper right part of page)

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CASE13035: Horary consultation concerning William Astone (PERSON9270)

Question asked by the patient on 1 February 1600 at 13:30

RN Williā Ashon of Wicken 50 y. for a stitch in his right syde & above his huckle bone & a gryping & a swellinge in his belly leeke a winde cholicke feb first. die  {sic}. 1. 30 p m 1600

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 228, f. 263r (upper right 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)

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%3AGripings%2C%20gnawings%20and%20stitches%3A%3AGriping;f2-patient-age-band=050-059;f3-querent-sex=Male, accessed 29 January 2020.