A register of evidences.
The volume comprises forty seven leaves of vellum and forty three leaves of paper.
The first hand of the vellum leaves [ff.1-4, 7-8r, 11-20r, 24-33] [from c.1450] gives details of the individual rentals due to six of the altars of the Church of Holy Trinity, St Andrews [Fife] together with charters of presentation and other material related to the church in a later hand [ff.5-6, 8r-10, 20v-23, 34-47].Later transcriptions in the hand of John Motto, town clerk of St Andrews, are interspersed in gaps and blank leaves.
The paper leaves [ff.48-77] comprise copies of various charters and acts in favour of the town by monarchs, bishops and others.
A final leaf [f.78] comprises an index to the whole in a hand very probably that of George Martine.