The first part of the contents list and the ink foliation, are by Beaupré Bell. See also his annotated copy of Urry's ed., H.18.38.
I. In a hand of cent. xvi 'possibly after 1600.'
1. f.1 Eighte goodlie questions with theire aunswers
Sometyme in grece that noble region.
2. f.2 To the kinges moste noble grace and to the Lordes and knightes of the garter
To you wele of honor and of worthynes.
3. f.3 When faithe faileth in prestes sawes
On these pieces see Skeat's Chaucer l. 45, 46.
4. f.3b The Prologues (to the Canterbury Tales)
down to line 55
No Christian man so ofte in his degree.
II. f.5 The original hand begins
In granade at the siege had he be.
The Tales end on quire 32, f.11b.
Explicit Tractatus Galfridi Chaucer de penitencia ut dicitur pro fabula Rectoris.
Followed by the Retractation.
See Skeat's Chaucer IV. p. xii. "Some leaves are missing, so that the Canons Yeoman, Prioress and Sir Thopas are lost. Of the D-type, without Gamelyn."
III. In the hand of I., the title cut away,
Piers Plowman's Crede.
Cros and Curteis Crist þis bygynnynge spede.
Ends on the twelfth leaf
þ t þei maie wynnen þe lif, þ t euer schal lesten. Amen.
This is the best MS. of the Crede; Professor Skeat edited the text from it in 1867. In his opinion it is a careful copy of a possibly xivth cent. MS.