De probacione uirginitatis beatae Mariae (translated excerpt from Lexicon Suida)
De canone missae
Historia trium regum
This manuscript, dating from the fourth quarter of the fifteenth century, contains a copy of the Compendium in Iob by Peter of Blois (c.1135-c.1203); excerpts from miscellaneous authorities, including an exposition on the Mass by Richard the Premonstratensian (fl. late twelfth century), which James mistakenly attributed to Remigius of Auxerre; De probacione uirginitatis beatae Mariae by Robert Grosseteste (d. 1253), which is his translation of the second article of the Greek Lexicon Suida, an historical encyclopaedia of the tenth century; and a copy of the Latin version of the Historia trium regum by John of Hildesheim (d. 1375). The manuscript is written in a good, clear hand; its provenance has not been identified.