Two separate modern foliations. The first (1–48) in ink in the upper
margin, and the second (182–229) stamped in the lower margin. The second foliation
continues the foliation of the first manuscript in the binding (
The first and last leaf excised.
Modern quire signatures running through the entire volume have been
marked in the lower inner margin of the first leaf in each quire.
The manuscript is in excellent condition.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
No decoration. Ingresses feature a more formal script.
Modern binding in blue cardboard. Now bound together with court records from
Ala-Satakunta, 1550–1552 (216a).
The manuscript contains a
registry of fines
from court sessions held in
by two different judges in
. The registry is the work of three scribes.
Since there are no cancellations or corrections, the manuscript is likely a fair
copy. However, a number of headings lack both the date and the name of the presiding
National Archive’s shelf-mark ‘216b’ on a small slip attached to fol. 1.
The later provenance of the manuscript is unknown, but it was probably sent to