Artificial collection of misc. papers, both printed and MS, relating to the Short Parliament, the Glorious Revolution, and other religious and political affairs, 1566-1689. In Cowie's catalogue the items were listed under SJC, MSS H.14, S.26 and S.29, and they are still described under these numbers in James, though the current binding arrangements are there noted. There is a list of contents on the first flyleaf. The volume consists of:
Various sizes, but 345x250 mm as bound. [vii]+30+[vii] fos (nineteenth-century foliation). 1-4 were presented to the College by George Harbin (d. 1744), Chaplain to Lord Weymouth, and originally classified as part of H.14; 5 and 10-14 were originally classified as part of S.26; 6-9 were originally classified as part of S.29. College bookplate (nineteenth century) inside front cover.
Several hands; 2-4 in the same hand. Paper, several sheets mounted on paper following late nineteenth-century conservation principles: 9 is torn at the foot of the sheet, but all seven articles are present; 10 is incomplete at top right. Functional binding (1880 according to note inside front cover): half leather on card.