MS 244: Dineley/Dyneley (or Dingley/Dyngley), Henry (& others)

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Collection of medical receipts in English, with a few in Latin. Preceded by a Calendar, etc., and at the end part of an Armorial by an earlier hand. With additions to the Receipts by later hands. Written mainly in double column: the Calendar in red and black, and the Armorial partly emblazoned, with many blank or incomplete shields. There are numerous small pen-drawings of medical apparatus, etc.: Prelim. leaf 1v 'A trewe Est and Weste erecte dial'. 4v Shield with arms of Dineley, and date 1613. 14v Small sketch of parts of a fishing rod of the Author's invention. 15v 'A pype to heale thrustes of my owne invention'. Page 26 A surgical 'Tente'. There is a similar drawing on p. 29. 67 Surgical needle and thread. 68 Use of above in a leg wound. 71 Drawing of a 'pype' similar to that noted above. 79 Box for a lead plaster, and a mortar. 170 Drawing of a truss, and of a male figure wearing it. 283 A 'pype' to fumigate the ears. 311 Circular diagram connected with the making of 'aqua mirabilis'. 337 Leg showing bandage for a fractured tibia. The Calendar shows that the writer was a Roman Catholic, and this section is compiled by the earlier hand, as are all the preliminary leaves and the Armorial. The signature of 'Henry Dingley' appears on the verso of the first prelim. leaf. On the mutilated leaf mentioned above, is a note of weights and measures 'Wrytten this V day of Auguste anno christiano 1564'. The text ends 'Wheresoever ye see this carecter HD stand in the margent of this my boke agaynst any medycine, oyle, oyntment...within this boke that have I Henry dineley prouyd withowte dowte and no other have I myself prouyd'. The first two leaves beginning at the other end of the volume also contain inscriptions. On the verso of the first is a note beginning 'The yeare of oure lorde god 1564: was the coldest sprynge and the wyndyst that ever I h:d: dyd see.... This is followed by astrological predictions for the year. It ends with two lines in Italic hand signed Henry Dingley: 'Anno Domini 1592 Died all the Baye trees in Englande above ground but reuiued at the Rootes for the most parte whereof I had twooe in my gardeyn'. Below in a different script 'Anno Domini 1598 no fructe, Apples nor peares'. The end of this note has been obliterated in ink, but it is possibly also signed 'Henry Dingley'. At the head of the second leaf is an inscription in the older hand, 'Liber henrici Dineley. ex dono ffrancisci Dineley armigeri. Anno 1591 3 decembris'. This is repeated above the signature 'Frauncis Dyneley 1592'. Among scribbled Latin and French below those inscriptions is 'henry Dyneley of hanley chastell oweth this Booke. Per me Henry Dyneley'. In the text is a reference on p. 335 to 'my father anno 1548' and on p. 339 to 'my grandfather, my father and myself at Tewkesbury'. Many of the additions by a later hand bear the name of Dr. [John] Sadler [1615-1664]. The latest date in the text is 1633.

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donec purpuroum colorem habeat, tum exime & Sessentia plazum prepa
cum refrixerit, in vas aque plenum coijce, moue op= ♃ Margaritas optime lotas, et in pulumed
=time ac subito in alid vas decapula, ita relinque marmowo lapide tritas, his viole niditis
=tur in primo wase ferrum quod non dum calcinatum supersunde menstrue acidi volatilis, vege
est. in altera vero croce, quen ut habeas ad iguem =tabilis, uel mineralis tantum ut duo digiti
aquamm exhalare omnem simito, & etiam si resideat superemi ne aut liquoris, ac violamm bene
aqua ne effundas, continet enim subtiliorem occlusam ne Spiritus exhalent cinenbus
croci partem uix conspicuam. callidus mipone, donec perla omnes sol=
vide pa 43. terra vitroli vuntue : Menstruum deine balnej opere
Preparatio margaritarum as succitatem aufer : calcinatis affuude
Sordibz expurgate aqua rosarum, gariophilorum, ap distillatam ac abstrahe terme repetitione,
viole, matronalis aut melisse lote lapide mar= ut omnis auseratur acrimonia. Ru a
moreo aut porphizio terentur don et leuigatur: ablata supersunde vinj spu[t]u quem aliquoties
id que eo modo fit quo pictores colores terunt. cohobaudo acrimonis. Qua ablata
mettallis fieri id non debet, qua illarum torperi extilla ; ut in liquorem oleo simi lem
metallicum quid facile adheret, quod nature abeanti Spums balueo auferemduo ita
urem mimicum est, & grauissima symptomata in daute remanet Oleum. Essentia
excitare possit potest, ut experentia docet vero si per arenam distillaudaus cohobaudo
Sincopen etiam a spirituum resolutione cum spiritu vinj illi miscetur, & alembicum
depende utem ausert pulius earum precedenti transcendit. Huis aliquot gutte cum
modo ppr preparatus doz a. ʒj ad ʒss atque aqua appropriata propinantur, ac si
hinc aliquando Bezoar, vincornu: uel corde spiritum Salis, eleum Salis aut vitriolj
ceriij additur, pro affects diuersitate. affuderis, iterum congelatur essentia
Pulius ad aiam venena, & animalum Hec enim bone operationis
morse nulli comparandus nota est, ex matie perlarum eadem fieri,
♃ Perlarum preparat ℈j. lapis Bezoar gr x, que ex perlis possunt, negne in minores
ossis de corde Ceriij, fr vu, cornu ceriij gr vs, cornu reriij gr vs, habent vires, sed prorsus eadem
vincornu gr, x, Baccarum vut pari paridis
gr.x. fiat puluis. doz. a ℈ ss ad ʒ ss De Saphiro
Siquis in Succo citrij malj soluat Color ipsuis igne facile aufertur, ut in
perlas, eum que propinat, facilius ad principes adamantem vertatur, non verum, sed
partes earum vus deducitur tamen ita elegantem ut auro inclusa nisa
Aqua perlata sic confici potest a perito Gemmario dignosci non possit
Soluantur perla in acelo vinj fortissimo, aut Qualitate frigida & sicca perdita
vtilius in succo citri, aut spiritu vitroli est Saphirus ut cotere fere omnes gemme
uel. Sulphuris donec in liquorem abeant, {occulis} In puluerem leuem redacta, occulorum
adiecto subinde non uouo succo, ac pror decapic humiditates exsiccare, Inflamationem arcere
lato. deinde huic solutoni lacte scenti et tur et extinguere colirij adhibita aut butyro
=bidae adijce sacchari : q.s. ad dulceducem. loto excepta, palpebrisgne oblinitis superiori
Si solutionis fuent ℥ iiij adde aq Rosarum, fragorum bus, potest.
florum Boraginis, molisse ana ℥ j aqua cinamon {flux.} valet etiam pulius ad omnia aluj
℥ ij. cid propinare volueris agita aquam ut proflua, as dyfenteriam, fluxum hepaticum,
sedimentum vna ebibj possitt. doz ab ℥ j ad ℥ ss hemorrhoidum, Sanguinis reitcfiones, simts
nihil prestantius in febribz malignis sumatur cum aqua plantaginis, tomeutille
et pestilentibz, as vires resiciendas & quasi mortuos aut alia his affectis propria.
ressitanos prestantiss Integra Saphirus fronti adhibita
nota. dum solunntur perle exacte vit Hemorragiam sistit ac inflammationibz applicata
vitruni obturetur ut spiritus earum exhalent eas extinguit :
Quinta escentia perlarum valet contra In orbiculum redacta pisi magnitudine
venena, ac vitalem facultatem cordis roborat, ac perpolleta acculis imposita, puludes, culices,
ut non facile a peneno effici possit, sanitatem et quicquid in occulum cecidit aufert, inflamationnes
coseruat, obstructiones lisins hepatiss reserat, sedat, veteraque oculorum vitia oia aufert, et occu
febres ardentes mitigat, sitim tollit, cor exhillerat =los a varelis & morbillis tutatur / verum quotidie
coitum incitat, calculos ac vrmam ciet, nervosos sepis impoij debet ; si sepis quis saphirum comtueantur,
partes coroborat, apoplexia, spasmus commitialem et occulos ab omnj miura defendet, ac ita tutabitur
palisin arcet, / phtisin marasiuum ac sesulem marcoiem ut nihill illis aduersi contingens possat.
emendat, Hemorrhoidum fluxum sedat, cancri, ule Pulius etiam exhibitus cider lacte, vuluera
ulcerati exesionem impedit, prstme samtat rosti ac vlcera interna sanare prehibetur.
tuit Ad cordis corroborationne pstantissis est,
promde corpus vegetum membraq principalia inte=
=gra conseruat
Posti etiam omnique veueno, febribusque =
malignis, omnino aduersatur.
Cor letificat Cardiacos ac melancolicos
affertus quoius lenit, tollitque. ob hanc causam
adhibeatur antidoto de gemmis.
Chimici in salem saphirum redigunt,
quem putant longe maiores vires habere.
Saphirum
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pryme A B C D E F G
2 Aprill 9 10 11 12 6 7 8
3 Aprill 16 17 18 19 20 14 15
4 Aprill 9 3 4 5 6 7 8
5 March 26 27 28 29 23 24 25
6 Aprill 16 17 11 12 13 14 15
7 Aprill 2 3 4 5 6 may 31 aprill 1
8 Aprill 23 24 25 19 20 21 22
9 Aprill 9 10 11 12 13 14 8
10 Aprill 2 3 may 28 29 30 31 aprill 1
11 Aprill 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
12 Aprill 9 10 11 15 16 17 8
13 March 26 27 28 29 30 31 25
14 Aprill 16 17 18 19 13 14 15
15 Aprill 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
16 March 26 27 28 22 23 24 25
17 Aprill 16 10 11 12 13 14 15
18 Aprill 2 3 4 5 mar 30 31 apr 2
19 Aprill 23 24 18 19 20 21 22
Wheare the prime and Domimcall letter meete that is Ester Day for Euer

{Ester is still in his [cumpas] march pryme 16 C 21 5 D 22 E 23 13 F 24 2 G 25 A 26 10 B 27 C 28 18 D 29 7 E 30 F 31 Aprill 15 G 1 8 a 2 B3 12 c 4 1 d 5 e 6 9 f 7 g 8 17 A 9 6 B 10 c 11 14 d 12 3 e 13 f 14 11 g 15 a 16 19 B 17 8 C 18}

{loke the pryme, and the Domicall letter next after: ui Ester. day. vz 1630. pryme. 16. C the next Sunday. after ao 1631. 17 pryme B. the domimcall letter x of Aprill is the next Sunday [after]. 17. & the X of Aprill is Ester}

{And Ester [neuer] cumeth higher than the x 18 of Apeill [nor loken] then 21 of [March] fini/hed xij xber 1629}

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The Distans betwixt Cristmas and Shroue Sundaye for euer

prme 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
A B C D E F G
1 8 8 8 8 7 7 7
2 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
3 9 9 9 9 9 8 8
4 8 7 7 7 7 7 7
5 6 6 6 6 5 5 5
6 9 9 8 8 8 8 8
7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6
8 10 10 10 9 9 9 9
9 8 8 8 8 8 8 7
10 7 7 6 6 6 6 6
11 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
12 8 8 8 7 7 7 7
13 6 6 6 6 6 6 5
14 9 9 9 9 8 8 6
15 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
16 6 6 6 5 5 5 5
17 9 8 8 8 8 8 8
18 7 7 7 7 7 6 6
19 10 10 9 9 9 9 9
fynde the Golden number in the first Rowe: then directly on the Right hand vnder D Domicall ta letter for that yeare: and the common angle sheweth the number of weeke and the odd daies bee in the first Row ouer head. As Anno 1626. fl the Domimcall letter 12 Pryme: it is 8 weeekes [tuft] Anno 1627 .G. domimcall letter 13 pryme .v .weekes. vj daies

prym Dom lettr Day Ester
march
16 C 21
5 D 22
E 23
13 F 24
2 G 25
A 26
10 B 27
C 28
18 D 29
7 E 30
F 31
Aprill
25 G 1
8 A 2
B 3
12 C 4
1 D 5
E 6
9 F 7
G 8
17 A 9
6 B 10
C 11
14 D 12
3 E 13
F 14
11 G 15
A 16
19 B 17
8 C 18
Ester for Euer
looke the pryme on the left hand and the Domimcall: and the next Sunday after vs Ester day: vzt 1631 . 17 pryme. B. the Domimcall letter: X off Aprill Ester day

Anno [dmm] 1645 1646 1647 1648 1649 1650 1651 1652 1653 1654
Prme [Ocircle] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Domica Letter G F E D C B A G F E D C B
Anno [dmm] 1655 1656 1657 1658 1659 1660 1661 1662 1663 1664
Prme Ocircle 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Do. Letter A G F E D C B A G F E D
Anno [dmm] 1665 1666 1667 1668 1669 1640 1641 1642 1643 1644
Prme Ocircle 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Do. Letter C B A G F E D C B A
I followed Master Hopton pa 117: and it seemeth the primter set down 1641 for 1640 and so it is false
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