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Name John TURNER
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical surgeon (Surgeon. BSC 1609-37)
Period of medical practice 1603-1637
Other notes Accused 1613. To reappear. Poor 1609; imbecile 1630.

Censorial hearings

15 Dec 1613
Entry T, surgeon, was warned of giving pills on prescription of Dr Lodge, his kinsman. In response to questions, T admitted that he obtained them from John Collins, surgeon, and also made them himself from precipitate and rosewater. He had treated a head wound and a mouth ulcer with mercury water. He had also treated Maria Rainscroft and Laurence of Turnbull Street.
Attitude of the accused confessed
Action taken To reappear.
Verdict case not completed
Number of crimes 4