VIROTT, James or Jeames

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

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James or Jeames VIROTT


Name James or Jeames VIROTT (VIROT)
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical apothecary (Apothecary)
Period of medical practice 1624-1644
Address Blackfriars 1634 1640
Other notes Accused 1634. Deferred. See Barrett.

Known London address

Parish St Anne Blackfriars
Ward Faringdon Within
Date 1634-40

Censorial hearings

6 June 1634
Entry Robert Dickinson, goldsmith, accused V, apothecary of Blackfriars, of practice on himself and his wife.
Initiator of the complaint patient
Action taken See next.
Number of crimes 1
13 June 1634
Entry V said that he had acted under the direction of Dr du Vall (243, qv).
Attitude of the accused made an excuse
Action taken See next.
Number of crimes 1
25 June 1634
Entry The case was referred to the Censors.
Action taken Case referred to the Censors.
Number of crimes 1
7 Nov 1634
Entry V was questioned about Dickinson and his wife.
Action taken Deferred.
Verdict case not completed
Number of crimes 1
11 Sep 1640
Entry The Wardens of the SA (Mr. Glover & Mr. Webb) brought some compounds from V's shop in Blackfriars to be examined and destroyed by the Censors. They said some were stale and some had been badly made. The Censors were unwilling to do that, since they themselves had not visited the shop, but promised they would soon do so. A few days after first going to the shop they [WHO?] destroyed another one.
Initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Second initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Action taken Censors to visit V's shop and check his medicaments.
Verdict case not completed