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CASE77792: Horary consultation concerning Dr Edward Hughes (PERSON19969)

Question asked by the patient on 6 July 1633 at 16:20

RN D Hugs sent me a crowne voydeth cravell & sometyms a litle blood craveth something to keepe him soluble for he is cōmonly Costive Iuly. 6 h {sic} hor 4. 20 p m 1633.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 211, p. 290 (upper left part of page)

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CASE73491: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Anne Tyrringham [Napier] (PERSON60703)

Question asked by the patient on 13 December 1631 at 10:00

SRN Mres An Tyringham Decemb. 13. . h. 10. a. m. 1631.

[Astrological Chart]

tooke her vomitt which gaue her vi vomitts, & hath not bin troubled since, nor noe grudgeing of her former fitts. cannot keep what she eat desires somethinge to settle her stomach.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 212, p. 343 (middle left part of page)

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CASE79846: Horary consultation concerning John Clement (PERSON46340)

Question asked by the patient on 21 January 1635 at 09:30

SRN Iohn Clements of Newport Ian 21. . h. 9. 30. a. m. 1635.

his vomitt very well both wayes & did him much good.

his Arme not so much swollen. runs a little.

cannot sleepe. desires something. that might make him sleepe.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 340, f. 159v (upper left part of page)

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CASE26992: Horary consultation concerning Young Mrs Haselwood (PERSON19883)

Question asked by the patient on 27 March 1606 at 07:45

RN young Mres Hazel{rigge}\wood/ of havershā. 19 y march. 27. h. 7. 45. ant m 1606

[Astrological Chart]

shee Did send at this tyme for some syropes to b\r/eake her flegme shee did not like of the electuary but sent it back /& was sick wth it.\

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 215, f. 83r (upper left part of page)

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CASE57972: Horary consultation concerning Lady Elizabeth Neville [Old Lady Neville] (PERSON55286) and Sir Thomas Neville [Smith] (PERSON55281)

Question asked by Lady Elizabeth Neville [Old Lady Neville] (PERSON55286) on 22 March 1624 at 18:00

RN The lady Nevill tooke wth her husb. the last dyet Drink & it wroght not vppon waterish humours as Did her first ab. 3 weekes before whitsontyde but Did gripe exceedingly & she Did|ot|h writ now for on yt might worke more kindly on waterish hunours {sic} March 22 h. 6 p m 1624

sent me a draght of this dyet Drink to st {sic} tast. mach {sic} 20 h {h} {sic} 10. 30 ant m. 1624

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 413, f. 118r (upper left part of page)

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CASE51133: Horary consultation concerning Young Sir Henry [Harry] Longueville (PERSON13774)

Question asked by the patient on 27 June 1620 at 15:40

RN Sr Henry Longevill Iune 27 h. 3 40 p m. 1620

his 2 purges wrght {sic} exceding well

is swelled more then before

desyreth an oyntmēt

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 414, f. 91r (upper right part of page)

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CASE79211: Horary consultation concerning Mr William Lutwyche (PERSON53993)

Question asked by the patient on 30 December 1634 at 09:45

SRN {M}r William Luttwich of Luttwich. {D}ecemƀ 30. . h 9. 45. a. m. 1634.

[Astrological Chart]

Complained of Cramps & weaknes ouer all his body. face, Armes legs were swelld, now thanks be to God are not. was the payne in his back doth not so much trouble him as before his loosenes stayd vpon those things I gaue as Clysters & Cordialls. now his loosenes hath taken him agayne desires something yt may stay it. vryne a little higher yen it hath bin this 3 dayes, no slu{ff}y Sediment, nor so much troubled with the Gonorrhæa as before Laus deo.

Desires at this tyme something for Cough & loosenes.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 412, f. 167r (upper left, and upper right parts of page)

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CASE52164: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Anne Norwood (PERSON14527)

Question asked by the patient on 17 March 1621 at 13:00

RW Mris Norwood of Astw{ood} y. 45. d. h: 1. p: m: Martij 17. {1621} desireth to know whether shee w{ere} best to bee let bloud; or to ta{ke} physicke. full of payne: hath th{em} well

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Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 233, f. 87v (upper right part of page)

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CASE66367: Decumbiture for Mr Anthony King (PERSON52933)

Question asked by the patient on 16 June 1628 between 09:30 and 10:15

RN Mr King taken wth on s{trong} fit h 9. shiv & rearing almost halfe a yere: Iune 16. 1628.

his physick wrght {sic} wonderfull well.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 405, f. 73r (bottom right part of page)

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CASE66453: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Elizabeth Jennings [Latch] (PERSON52517)

Question asked by the patient on 26 June 1628 at 16:39

RN Elis Ienings of London hath taken her vomyt & dyet drink wch wroght well wth her. yet looketh pale & hath not her floures cānot eate flesh & yet hath a good stomack craveth my Directiōs vppon Monday next Iune 26 h. 4. 39 p m 1628

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 405, f. 86v (upper left part of page)

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CASE62462: Horary consultation concerning Lady Anne Twisden (PERSON60638)

Question asked by the patient on 27 May 1626 at 13:00

RN The lady Twisden of London 51. y. may 27 h {sic} hor. 1 p. m 1626

[Astrological Chart]

by her sleeping & scouring she hath nutch {sic} mended sinc Sr will wrote Last yt is thursday last.

yet the last night was more troublesome then before

this Day cōplayneth of a sournes rising out of her stomake supposeth yt a vomyt would doe her good yet dare not to adventur it by reason of her weaknes & scowring. wch we dare not to stay seing the goodnes of it yet fyndeth no aptnes to cast but a soure belching

desyreth a nother box of the pils 10 and an answ to his lett & to this.

The lady Twisden of London may 27 h 1. p m 1626

very weake & feeble yet sitteth vp & eateth prty well. scoureth mtch {sic} hath a soure belching yet no aptnes to cast.

would know wheathr fit to give her a vomyt considering her \great/ weaknes & sither her scouring Doth her so mutch good craveth an answere to his forme & to this Letter also.

wheathr any other course for mending of the sourenes will not helpe wth out a vomyt.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 224, ff. 224v-225r (f. 224v middle left, f. 224v bottom, and f. 225r upper left)

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CASE56064: Horary consultation concerning Lady Elizabeth Fisher [Young Mrs Elizabeth Tyrringham] (PERSON16629)

Question asked by the patient on 17 April 1623 at 10:00

RN The Lady \Elis/ fisher of Tyrringhā. Ap. 17 h. 10 ant m 1623.

[Blank Astrological Chart]

her great bleeding hath left her her leaches dead {illeg}|s|endeth for moe leach to vse every fortnight.

\wheathr to take them when she hath her sicknes or noe.// but sorely payned wth the emrods yt she cānot rest day nor night.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 218, f. 62r (upper right part of page)

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CASE58203: Horary consultation concerning Mr Mainwaring [The Lord Keeper’s Purse-Bearer] (PERSON54055)

Question asked by Mr William Bouth (PERSON28280) on 15 April 1624 at 18:00

RN Mr Boath for Mr Mānering who feareth a Consūption. my lord Kees purse bearer Ap 15 h 6 p m 1624

To have pils of the extrat of sulph. for the cough of the longs

he desyreth to have 2 Doses of pils but to have more ruberbe in them. & an ex|bals|ome of br{u}pstone for the longues.

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 413, f. 152r (bottom right part of page)

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CASE64632: Horary consultation concerning Mrs Frances Latch [Little Frances] (PERSON53383)

Question asked by Mr John Latch [Hatch] (PERSON53382) on 22 September 1627 at 12:00

RN Mr H|L|atch {sic} \Latch of the Strand in London/ did writ to me to certify me how it was wth franke the issue did helpe her rheme but still hath greevous fits as before septēb 22 h {sic} hor. 12 1627

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 227, f. 221r (upper right part of page)

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CASE70162: Horary consultation concerning Mr Edward Meridale [Meredith] (PERSON54632)

Question asked by the patient on 7 March 1630 at 09:00

RN Mr Edward Meryd{all} 24|6|{sic} \25. y./ \of Bragnā/ march. 7 h {9} ant m. 1630 /wheather to be let blood for his stit{ch}\

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 194, p. 140 (upper right part of page)

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CASE75621: Horary consultation concerning an Anonymous (PERSON54880)

Question asked by the patient and John Mordaunt [First Earl of Peterborough] [John Mordaunt [Fifth Baron Mordaunt]] [Lord Mordaunt] (PERSON24507) on 4 October 1632 at 13:00

RN ny {sic} Lord of Peterborough & his wife came to me Octob 4. h. 1. p m 1632 |was not desyrus to take any physick but something to vse to cure stooles|

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 214, p. 52 (upper left part of page)

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CASE77499: Horary consultation concerning Sir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]] (PERSON6315) and Old Lady Napier [Mrs Barnes] (PERSON33484)

Question asked by Sir Robert Sandy [Napier] [Baronet] [Old Sir Robert Napier] [Mr Robert Sandy [Napier]] (PERSON6315) on 7 June 1633 at 12:00

RN Sr Rob Na ny {sic} br{other} sent me wo{rd} that he is w{ell} amended god {be} thanked & hath {a} good stomack yet paynd {in} making of h{is} water & h{is} ladys swelling is gone Iu{ne} 7 h h. 12. 16{33}

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 211, p. 203 (upper right part of page)

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CASE22617: Horary consultation concerning Robert Cardwell (PERSON45584) and Mr William Burcote (PERSON45220)

Question asked by Robert Cardwell (PERSON45584) and Mr William Burcote (PERSON45220) on 5 August 1630 at 13:20

RN Robert Cardwell of Patshill 41. y Aug 5 h 1. 20 p m 1630

taken wth a sore loosens & may {sic} so soddenly taken dye suddenly

Craveth prservatives for this

Mr Burkit the vicar craveth also some prserv. for him selfe

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 238, f. 89v (upper left part of page)

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CASE67943: Horary consultation concerning Emmanuel Scrope [First Earl of Sunderland, Lord President of York] [Lord Scrope] (PERSON58391)

Question asked by the patient on 19 March 1629 at 17:20

RN my lord sent for a medson to stop his great loosenes. march 19 h. 5. 20 p m 1629

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 407, f. 93v (upper left, and bottom right parts of page)

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CASE68399: Horary consultation concerning Emmanuel Scrope [First Earl of Sunderland, Lord President of York] [Lord Scrope] (PERSON58391)

Question asked by the patient on 7 May 1629 at 18:30

RN my lord sent a kind loving letter interprting {sic} \accepting/ my letter in very kind te may 7 6. 30 p m 1629

his loosenes yt semd to be stayd is somewhat increased intendeth god willing to be wth after whitsontyde may 7 h. 6. 30. p m. 1629 /they tell him yt whitsonday is his last day.\

[Astrological Chart]

Transcribed excerpt from MS Ashmole 407, f. 186r (upper left, and upper right parts 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?f3-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ATreatment;f4-question-asked=Medical%3A%3ASymptoms%20%28specified%29, accessed 3 April 2020.