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SADLER, -

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Biography

Name SADLER
Gender Male
Period of medical practice 1621-1641
Other notes Trouble 1630, 1631. See BROOKES 1631. ?=John S of Norwich, MD Franeker, 1615-64 (Innes-Smith 203, Raach p.238)?

Censorial hearings

26 Nov 1630
Entry There was some doubt whether [the mithridate] was Sadler's composition, since in the previous August Sadler offered a certain Mr. Robinson 40s. for making this mithridate: and Mr. Stone who was a servant to Mr. Brookes confessed a month before in the presence of Mr. Shambrooke that this composition in truth related to Mr. Sadler and not however to Mr. Brookes.
Initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Action taken ?
28 Jan 1631
Entry BROOKES, apothecary (120, qv), had been in trouble about some bad mithridate powder which had killed Mr Baynes. The Wardens of the SA had investigated and had discovered that the powder had been made up by S and not by B. S had received £15 for the powder.
Initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Second initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Third initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Action taken ?
Verdict guilty
Sentence ?Matter referred to the SA
Number of crimes 1