Manuscript (middle of the 14th century) commissioned by Jean Trisse for the Carmelite convent of Nîmes, of which he was a friar, and copied in Paris by Henri Dahelou, a Breton clerk of the diocese of Quimper. It contains a number of works of Carmelite interest, including some composed by Jean Trisse. The first explicit in the manuscript is followed by a Middle Breton proverb.
- , Henri Dahelou
Manuscript of John Lynch’s De praesulibus Hiberniae, which was written in exile in France and remained unpublished after his death (c.1677). It appears to have been the work of a French scribe.
- s. xviiex
- John Lynch
- s. xv
- , Flaithrí [scribe of Paris MS 1/2]
- s. xv?
- s. xv (?)