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CELERIUS, Daniel

Physicians and Irregular Medical Practitioners in London 1550-1640 Database. Originally published by Centre for Metropolitan History, London, 2004.

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Daniel CELERIUS

Biography

Name Daniel CELERIUS (CELARIUS, CELLAR, DANIEL, SELLYN)
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (Practitioner of physic)
Period of medical practice 1580-1609
Place of birth Dutch or German
Date of death 1609
Address Fenchurch St, St Cath Col, Aldgate ward, 1583-1609. Billingsgate ward, St Mary Hill par, 1582/3.
Other notes Trouble 1581-97. LRCP 1597.

Known London address

Fenchurch St, St Catherine Colechurch, Aldgate wd
Parish St Katherine Coleman
Ward Aldgate
Date 1583-1609

College membership

Date became Licentiate 03/06/1597
In trouble before membership Yes
Other notes Dutch
Date of death 1609

Censorial hearings

3 Nov 1581
Entry 'Daniel Celerius confessed that he had practised medicine in this City for a year and a half. It was decided that by the following 10 December he should pay a fine of three pounds to Dr. Baronsdale for the use of the College.'
Attitude of the accused confessed
Action taken Fined £3.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined £3
21 July 1583
Entry C was asked for £4 arrears.
Action taken Payment demanded.
5 Feb 1585
Entry C was asked for his arrears, and also told he must pay £4 p.a. for the right to practise.
Action taken Payment demanded.
25 Oct 1588
Entry C was reprimanded for abusing Dr D'Oylie over his treatment of Edward Cave.
Action taken ?Reprimanded.
6 Dec 1588
Entry C brought letters on his behalf from the Earl of Huntingdon.
Pressure applied by College yes
Action taken To be given more merciful treatment provided he paid his arrears.
24 March 1589
Entry C was told he must pay £6 13s. 4d. within ten days.
Action taken Payment demanded.
3 June 1597
Entry C was granted permission to practise and allowed to forget his arrears, on condition that he paid £6 immediately and £2 at Michaelmas.
Action taken Permitted to practise provided he paid his fee.