Title supplied by cataloger.
Foliation: Parchment, 231 + i (paper); [i-xvi, 1-4], 5- 27, [i], 28-30, 30-75, 78-151, 151-214; near-contemporary foliation in ink, lower right recto. Contemporary foliation in ink in the upper center margin that starts over again (f. 152) suggests that this manuscript was originally divided into 2 volumes. Modern pagination in pencil, somewhat irregular, lower right recto. References in this record refer to the near-contemporary foliation.
Layout: Written in 37-48 long lines; vertical bounding-lines ruled in faint ink.
Script: Written in Gothic cursive script.
Decoration: Spaces left for initials at beginnings of sections (f. 1r, 97r, 152r); occasional manicules (for example, f. 9r, 126v); small drawing of crown (f. 161r).
Binding: Late 15th-century calf over wooden boards with remains of 2 metal clasps but no catches; blind-tooled.
Origin: Written in London, ca. 1407 (date of latest writ of Henry IV), with menus ca. 1427, when Robert Nevill was made Bishop of Salisbury.