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

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Name Philip MOULTER
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (Practitioner of physic)
Period of medical practice 1617-1642
Place of birth of Hessen
Other notes Trouble 1627-32.

Censorial hearings

4 May 1627
Entry M, of Hessen, denied practising, but his practice was well-known.
Attitude of the accused denied
Action taken Warned not to practice till he was licensed.
1 June 1627
Entry M was examined but not approved.
Action taken Examined but not approved.
3 Aug 1627
Entry M had not his letters testimonial. He asked if he could practise under the authority and patronage of a doctor.
Attitude of the accused asked for College membership
Action taken ?
Sentence ?
7 Feb 1628
Entry M was accused of treating Mrs Austin.
Action taken Warned to abstain unless he summoned another physician.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Warned to abstain unless accompanied by a Collmem
Number of crimes 1
23 Sep 1631
Entry Joseph and Anne Cooper said that M promised Anne C a cure for headache, fits, &c. for £30; he received £10, gave purges, received £5 more, 'gave her much that made her worse'. M thought he could practise because he had paid the College 40s. p.a. He promised to give Cooper £9 back.
Action taken To reappear.
Verdict guilty
Sentence To repay some of patients' money.
Number of crimes 1
17 Feb 1632
Entry M was on the list of unlicensed foreign practitioners.
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed
5 July 1639
Entry Dr Mulcter was named as one of three "directors" of Francis WHITE 801 qv.
Action taken ?None.
Verdict case not completed