JAQUINTO, Bartholomew

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Margaret Pelling, Frances White

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2004

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'JAQUINTO, Bartholomew', Physicians and Irregular Medical Practitioners in London 1550-1640: Database (2004). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=17572 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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Bartholomew JAQUINTO

Biography

NameBartholomew JAQUINTO (IAQUINTO)
GenderMale
Primary occupationmedical physician (Practitioner of physic)
Period of medical practice1609-1643
Place of birthNeapolitan (=of Naples).
Addressabout Fleet Street 1626
Other notesArchbishop's Lic 1608 (Bancroft's Register fol.157d. Raach p.221). Trouble 1619-33. Suspected Papist 1624 1626.

Known London address

about Fleet Street
ParishSt Bride Fleet Street
WardFaringdon Without
Date1626

Censorial hearings

m S Thomas 1619
EntryBONSCIO (103, qv) presented a petition against J and said that if J were summoned he, Bonscio, would charge him with practice on Sir ****** Andrews and others.
Initiator of the complaintother medical practitioner
Attitude of the accusedabsent
Action taken?
Verdictcase not completed
Number of crimes1
5 Feb 1630
EntryJ promised to pay his old fine of 40s.
Attitude of the accusedsubmitted to the College
Action takenTo pay old fine of 40s.
9 April 1630
EntryJ was accused by Dr Crooke, who produced an unsuitable recipe [of J's, presumably] for a cure for catarrh and fever.
Initiator of the complaintcollege member
Attitude of the accusedabsent
Action takenJ to appear.
Number of crimes1
7 May 1630
EntryJ appeared. His recipe was condemned. He was fined £5, but the fine was remitted on the President's appeal, out of respect to the Venetian ambassador.
Action takenFined £5 but fine remitted on the President's appeal.
Verdictguilty
SentenceFined £5 but fine remitted on the President's appeal
4 March 1631
EntryDr Crooke said that J had given Mrs Blinco medicine for dropsy for one year.
Initiator of the complaintcollege member
Action taken?
Verdictcase not completed
Number of crimes1
17 Feb 1632
EntryJ was on the list of unlicensed foreign practitioners.
Action taken?
Verdictcase not completed
2 Nov 1633
EntryJ was to be cited.
Attitude of the accusedabsent
Action takenTo be cited.
Verdictcase not completed
29 March 1626
EntryJ, of about Fleet Street, was included on the list of suspected Papist doctors.
Action taken?
2 June 1626
EntryJ, a Neapolitan, said that his diploma was kept by his son-in-law.
Action takenSee next.
7 July 1626
EntryJ confessed to three years' practice in London. He came to be examined but was held, in replying to the first Censor, to have been replying to the three judges. Connived at, for a fee of £8 the first year and £4 p.a. thereafter, plus 40s. outstanding.
Action takenFined 40s. and connived at for £8 first year and £4 p.a. after.
Verdictguilty
SentenceFined 40s. and sort of Collmem
4 Jan 1628
EntryJ was accused of ill practice on a matron, Mrs Noel: he had given a confection of germander, and Mrs Noel had miscarried.
Action takenDeferred till next meeting.
Number of crimes1
1 Feb 1628
EntryJ was heard on the previous charge.
Action takenFined £5 and imprisoned.
Verdictguilty
SentenceFined £5 and imprisoned
Number of crimes1
16 Feb 1628
EntryThe Earl of Manchester had written in support of J, requesting that the College connive at his practice. College wrote back, grovelling and saying they would let J alone for a short time, but that they could not remit his fine.
Pressure applied by Collegeyes
Action takenJ to be connived at temporarily, provided he paid his fine.
16 May 1628
EntryDr Baskerville would attend the next meeting and give evidence against J.
Initiator of the complaintcollege member
Action takenDeferred till next meeting.
2 Oct 1629
EntryJ behaved insolently and was warned not to practise outside the Venetian ambassador's house.
Action takenWarned not to practise outside the Venetian Ambassador's house.


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