Manuscript volume of 87 sermons written on parchment; 30 lines to the page with occasional red or blue initials ; each page handnumbered in ms.
Pricking holes visible. Ruling patterns visible.
Probably copied in England in the fifteenth century (dating based on use of pagination and heavy use of abbreviations).
"Dr Adam Clarke, who examined this manuscript, supposed it to have been written about the beginning of the 14th century. It consists of sermons, &e. &e., J. Everett, Manchester, Sept. 9th 1831"--notation, front flyleaf.
Imperfect: beginning and end. Pages 307-8 wanting. Lower right edge of page 233-4 torn with loss of text. Page 182 blank.
"Ipso expositis a nobis indigent expone sed admoniente cum sanctum gregorium"--first line of text, p. 49.