- s. xiv1/4
Irish Gallican psalter (ff. 3-162).
- s. xii
Irish computus fragment, originally part (as f. 4) of what is now London, British Library, MS Cotton Appendix LI.
- s. xi2/4
- s. ix1
Fragment of an early English prayer-book, with calendrical and computistical material. It is thought to have belonged originally with Cotton Galba A xiv.
- s. xiin
A composite manuscript that includes matter pertaining to Anselm and Lanfranc, archbishops of Canterbury; a 16th-century Irish manuscript containing a copy of Bretha Nemed toísech; and Henry of Saltry's description of St Patrick's Purgatory.
A copy of Bretha Nemed toísech.
- Matha Ó Luinín
English manuscript containing a large chunk of the so-called ‘Cotton-Corpus legendary’, being the first part of what was originally the first volume. In addition to Lives of saints of continental or English origin, the legendary also includes the Lives of St. Brigit and St. Fursa and the writings of St. Patrick.
- s. xi2/xii2/4
Fragments from a composite English manuscript which suffered severe losses and damage in the Ashburnham House fire of 23 October 1731. About two thirds of the manuscript was destroyed.
- s. xi–xii
- Matthew Parker