Vellum, 16.2 x 9.2, four volumes, ff. 123, 84, 22, 83, double columns of 82 lines, then text and gloss in double columns, text varying, gloss in 92 lines, then double columns of 80 lines. Early 14th cent., finely written and ornamented, in England.
Given by Will. Marshall, Fellow, in 1625. From Southwell (see below).
Vellum, 11.1 x 7.5, ff.178 + 3, double columns of 47 lines. 13th cent. (1238) clearly written without vowel points.
Given by Dr. Horne in 1546.
Vellum, 10.7 x 8.2, ff. 146 + 1, double and single columns of 34 lines. 13th cent., well written, with vowel points, in a smaller hand than the last.
Given by R. Horne in 1546.
Vellum, 12.2 x 10, ff. 303, double columns of 24 lines, except the last 4.5 leaves, which are in single columns. Cent.13th (1260) in a fine hand, with vowel points.
Given by R. Horne (Bp of Winchester 1560-1579) in 1546.