Fragmentum libelli impressi, cujus titulus Vulgaria Therentii in Anglicanam linguam traducta
Collectanea quaedam de metro et versu, cum multis versibus
Liber parabolarum (incomplete)
CCCC MS 386 is prefaced by a printed version of an English translation of the works of Terence (195-159 B.C), which appears to be the only surviving copy of this edition of the text. This is followed by a manuscript collection of fourteenth and fifteenth-century treatises on the various disciplines of written composition and aids to producing texts. These include De metro, a text on metre and scansion, the Synonyma, frequently attributed to John of Garland (d. c. 1272), an incomplete version of Alanus ab Insula (Alain de Lille, c. 1128-1203) Liber parabolarum, and a collection of verses. The dating for this last section has been suggested as c. 1475-1500.