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NOTE14: Practice-related (Prescription)

Ihon godridg. giu’ him pills. at {nigth}/

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 234, f. 76v (bottom right part of page)

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NOTE618: Practice-related (Prescription)

my Cosen Mathew Stockers medsons

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 174, p. 248 (upper part of page)

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NOTE619: Practice-related (Prescription)

my Cosen write

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 174, p. 248 (bottom part of page)

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NOTE1024: Practice-related (Prescription)

for Katheren Robinson/

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 228, f. 32v (middle part of page)

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NOTE1025: Practice-related (Prescription)

Mrs yevdall/

first purg her. ...

after let her blod in the head vaine after the dogs days be out \when/ the sonne is out of Leo.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 228, f. 32v (middle part of page)

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NOTE1141: Practice-related (Prescription)

Below conclusion of Ferdinando Poulton’s entry, some medicines for Mrs Troughton of Hanslop and (apparently) Mr Alexander, costing 8s 4d.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 228, f. 218v (upper left part of page)

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NOTE1151: Practice-related (Prescription)

Above the Mr Gerence entry, a record of treatment and charge for Goodman Blundell (though no time or complaint listed).

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 228, f. 230r (upper left part of page)

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NOTE1167: Practice-related (Prescription)

A recipe to ‘give the patient to drink for the payne of his head & deafenes & ringing in the eare lady of bed ford.’ The patient may be Mr Carter of CASE13072. It seems most likely that the Lady of Bedford is the source of the recipe.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 228, f. 276v (upper part of page)

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NOTE714: Practice-related (Prescription)

A note of Direction for our worll & worthy good frind Mr Nichols.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 66r

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NOTE720: Practice-related (Prescription)

A prescription entry for Mr Thomas Barker, with treatment ‘ epilepsia’, from June 163{illeg} (crucial bits are lost in the binding). There are two bullet points.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 70v (upper right part of page)

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NOTE733: Practice-related (Prescription)

Treatment notes for someone, with no indication of whose they are: ‘of the Cordiall Electuary you are to take ...’ (etc.).

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 83r

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NOTE738: Practice-related (Prescription)

For Mrs Hajnes Iuly. 14. h. 8. a. m. 1638.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 87v

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NOTE767: Practice-related (Prescription)

For Mr Stoner.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 99r

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NOTE768: Practice-related (Prescription)

Mr Stonor Iuly 12o. 1642./

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 99r

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NOTE772: Practice-related (Prescription)

Two more recipes with ‘For francis Catzby 16 March. 1642/3’ written at the end.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 105r

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NOTE801: Practice-related (Prescription)

An Instruction for Mr Deane of Canterburie to vse att the Bath/

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 139r-v

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NOTE804: Practice-related (Prescription)

A recipe (marked with ), apparently addressed to a particular but unnamed person.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 142r

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NOTE814: Practice-related (Prescription)

A prescription entry for ‘Mr Glouer of Trinity Colledge Cambridg for his Rupture’; it is undated, and occupies both columns.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 166v

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NOTE815: Practice-related (Prescription)

A prescription entry for ‘The Lady miles {Layridg} for her Dropsy.’ It is undated, and occupies two thirds of column A and three lines of column B.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 167r

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NOTE816: Practice-related (Prescription)

A prescription entry for Lady Capell, occupying most of both columns. At the top of the first column it says ‘The Lady Capell.’ At the top of the second: ‘ I gaue her {Lady} h. 10. a. m.’ then more things listed below. The entry on the next page, for Mrs Lucy Capell, is from 9:30 am on 20 December 1637. This prescription entry may well be for half an hour after that.

Calendared note from MS Ashmole 204, f. 173r

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?sort=sort-date;f1-document-type=Note%3A%3APractice-related%3A%3APrescription, accessed 17 November 2019.