More complete cataloging can be found at: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/70155106
fol. 1r-62v: [Liber assisarum cum tabula, in Law-French]
fol. 63r-68r: [Lectura sur l'estatuts de anno nono, de anno undecimo, etc., in several hands]
fol. 69r-95v: [Lecturae super statutis autumnalis temporis]
fol. 96v-99v: [Legal memoranda on the property of Sir Richard Morgan and his father-in-law, Robert Bayly (Incipit: The plate that I Richard Morgan had for my portion of the plate of Robert Bayly mercer, in the right of Mary my wiff ...)]. Numbered in an early hand I-CCXVII, with numerous gaps.
Provenance: Originally owned by Sir Richard Morgan, created in September 1553 Chief Justice of the Common Pleas -- No. 5 in the collection of George Petre, dispersed ca. 1830 -- Sold in 1833 by Thorpe to Sir T. Phillipps (no. 7232) -- Phillipps sale (London, 1897, no. 24) to Tregaskis -- Acquired in 1918 with the library of Julius Doerner.
Former shelfmark: x q. 346 G78li (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). De Ricci. Provisional record based on De Ricci