BARLOW, Edward

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Name Edward BARLOW
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical apothecary (Apothecary's servant 1581. Apothecary 1587. Writer.)
Period of medical practice 1571-1597
Address ? near Limehouse 1587
Other notes Trouble 1581 (servant of A Tyne), 1587 (partner of A Pett of Limehouse under Dr Edwards of Oxford).

Known London address

near Limehouse
Date 1587

Censorial hearings

1 Dec 1581
Entry 'It was decided that the Comitia should be held in that place on the fifteenth day of the same month when the following should be summoned to appear: ... Edward Barlo, servant of Tyne, the apothecary...'
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken To be summoned for 15 December.
15 Dec 1581
Entry 'It was decided that Barlo should attend the next Comitia when he could reply to the charges which would be made against him.'
Action taken Ordered to reappear.
22 Dec 1581
Entry 'Edward Barlow the servant of Tyne the apothecary appeared. But a decision was delayed until the next Comitia at which he was ordered to appear to hear the charge made against him.'
Action taken Ordered to reappear.
Verdict case not completed
14 May 1585
Entry Appeared and confessed to practice.
Attitude of the accused confessed
Action taken Fined 20s.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined 20s
2 June 1587
Entry B, now an apothecary, was accused of practice. Replied that he had merely prepared medicines according to the instructions of Dr Edwards of Oxford, in partnership with Mr Pett of Limehouse.
Attitude of the accused denied
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed