Two sets of modern foliation. One, which includes the modern flyleaves,
stamped (or typewritten?) in the upper right margin (1–139). And another (1–134)
written beside the first one in pencil starting from the actual text (fol.
The first two leaves (fols. 1–2) are flyleaves added at a later date,
probably during the rebinding. The last leaf (fol. 139) is also a later
addition. Fol. 11 has apparently come loose from the quire containing fols.
12–26 and been pasted onto a small stub after fol. 10. The binding is tight and
some leaves have been pasted to each other in the gutters (fols. 119–129).
Leaves have also, occasionally, been pasted to each other where the quire
changes. Fol. 138, which seems to stem from the original manuscript, has been
pasted to the later flyleaf (fol. 139).
At the beginning of the manuscript
(until fol. 30) many leaves have been conserved by the pasting of a thin,
whitish paper on to the verso sides of the leaves. The paper is transparent, but
renders the text on the verso-sides very pale. There is staining and fraying of
the edges visible on several leaves.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
Several hands of
in stints of varying lengths. One hand, producing a well-practised cursive,
regularly appears until the end of copying for the year