BROUUART, John

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Institute of Historical Research

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Margaret Pelling, Frances White

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2004

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'BROUUART, John', Physicians and Irregular Medical Practitioners in London 1550-1640: Database (2004). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=17272 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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John BROUUART

Biography

NameJohn BROUUART (BROUAERT)
GenderMale
Primary occupationmedical physician (MD) (Physician)
Period of medical practice1610-1639
Place of birthHolland / Brussels, Belgium
Date of birth1582
Date of deathDec 1639
Other notesKnew Dr Mayerne. In trouble 1613-8. Examined & approved 1618 - LRCP (eventually pays) 1626. See Innes-Smith.

College membership

Medical education (university)Leiden
Date of MDnot known
Date became Licentiate06/11/1618
In trouble before membershipYes
Other notesLeyden 1607. MD 16**
Date of birth1582
Date of deathDec 1639

Censorial hearings

m S John B 1613
EntryB, a young man from abroad (Dutch or Belgian?), was an MD of Leyden (1610), and had been forced by an occasion to practise here, not knowing of the College's authority. He came to make amends.
Action takenRefused to connive at his practice. See next.
3 Dec 1630
Entry[Collbiz.]
10 Dec 1630
Entry[Collbiz.]
4 March 1631
Entry[Collbiz.]
17 Oct 1631
Entry[Collbiz.]
7 March 1634
Entry[Collbiz.]
2 May 1634
Entry[Collbiz.]
23 May 1635
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25 June 1635
Entry[Collbiz.]
13 Aug 1613
EntryB appeared and said that he had practised for 4 years in his native Holland and in France. Dr Mayerne's wife had brought him here (sc. to England?). His testimonials were in Holland. He would not be examined, but produced a letter from the King to the College on his behalf.
Attitude of the accusedmade an excuse
Pressure applied by Collegeyes
Action taken?None.
Verdictcase not completed
3 July 1618
EntryB was to be examined.
Action takenTo be examined. See next.
9 Oct 1618
EntryExamined for the second time (NB). Failed.
Action takenExamined and not approved for the second time.
6 Nov 1618
EntryExamined for the third time and approved.
Action takenExamined and approved for the third time.
11 July 1623
EntryB inquired the cost of admission.
Action taken?
3 Feb 1626
EntryB promised to attend.
Action takenB to appear.
3 March 1626
EntryB appeared and brought £6 arrears. He promised to pay 4 marks p.a. and 'thence he was considered a Licentiate'.
Action takenAccepted as Licentiate as he had paid his arrears.
7 July 1626
EntryB appeared and swore his oaths.
Action takenFormally admitted as Licentiate.


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