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Goad, William, Surgeon of Langley, Bucks.

Goad, William, Surgeon of Langley, Bucks.
Date
1671
Reference
MS.8005/1
Part of
Miscellany: British, 17th century
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Description

Manuscript deposition signed by William Goad, Surgeon, of Langley, Buckinghamshire, recording his examination of Francis Spratly, a butcher, who had been assaulted by one Richard Clements. Partial transcript: "I found [Spratly] very much inwardly bruised and thereof much complained. And though I imediatly let him blead and used oyntment outwardly yet his paines increased and the next day I found him also very full of paine, restless, and not able to turne himselfe in his bed. And though there is noe outward appearance of any hurt yet I bileeve him dangerously bruised". Dated 21 March 1671 1 page small 4to integral blank.

Publication/Creation

1671

Physical description

1 certificate

Acquisition note

Purchased from Michael Silverman, Manuscript Dealer, PO Box 350, London, SE3 OLZ, 18/05/2001

Biographical note

No biographical information found.

Finding aids

Archives and Manuscripts, Wellcome Library, on-line catalogue.

Languages

  • English


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