MS.Add.6612: 'Mmoires touchant les biens de l' Eglise, par Mr. Faure', written in French in a large thin sloping hand, 17th century, 710 folios (Faure may be Franoise Faure, Bishop of Amiens). A series of treatises upon the nature and authority of church councils, the property of the church, and the foundation of churches in various countries, copied or composed for private use: (fo. v) table of contents; (fo. 699) following colophon in the same hand as the rest of the book: 'finis de collationer le IV de fevrier 1718'. Inside the front cover is the name and bookplate of 'J. Lee, Colworth, 1827'; also 'B 8/4'. (fo. i) (in J. Lee's hand): 'In 1831 This manuscript was lent to the Bishop of Lincoln at Hartwell who returned it this day and informed me that it contains curious and interesting statements. That it appears to be a collection of tracts made by a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church for his private use, or collected under his direction. That chapter at page 243 Origine des Biens de l'Eglise is well composed. John Lee, Hartwell, July 9 1832'. On the remainder of a torn label at the foot of the back: '244/1'.
MS.Add.6613: Count Francesco dalla Torre, 'Relazione ossia Esame della serennissima Republica di Venezia', in Italian, possibly late 17th century, 107 folios. Fos 1v, 14v, and 103v-5 are blank. Inside the front cover: 'B6/7' (in pencil), (xix); 'J. Lee. Doctors Commons, 1829' (i.e. John Lee of Hartwell) and his bookplate. (fo. 1) 'From Archd. Coxe's Library WS' (xix) (i.e. William Coxe, Archdeacon of Wiltshire); (fo. 3v) 'No.5592. Mr. Strongs Catalogue. 1828. Bristol'. At the top of the back: 'MS 340'. At the foot of the back is the label '690'.
MS.Add.6614: Three tracts on the Corpus Christi Procession, 1696, in Italian, 18th century, 45 folios: (fo. 2) copy of a manifesto published in Rome by the Imperial Ambassador, the Count of Martiniz, justifying his conduct in the matter of an obligation undertaken at the time of the Corpus Christi Procession in Rome, 1696; (fo.7) copy of reflections upon the above (2nd hand); (fo. 20) blank; (fo. 23) copy of considerations upon the above reflections. On fos 2 and 42v is the stamp of the 'Biblioteca Colonna'. Inside the front cover: 'J. Lee Doctors Commons bound by Mr. Wilson' (i.e. John Lee of Hartwell). Fo. 1v: 'Bibliotheca' 'E 61' (xviii).
MS.Add.6615: Acta Synodi Provincialis Mechliniensis, 1574, in Latin, 18th century, 51 folios. Copy of the Acts of the Synod of Malines, held at Louvain May 1574. There is an elaborate title-page (fo. 2) with a pen-and-ink sketch of a city, harbour and galleys at the foot. On a fly-leaf at the front: 'from Messrs. H & S', 'J. Lee, Doctors Commons, 1828', whose bookplate appears below; 'A 3/7'. There is a label on the outside of the front cover: '510'.
MS.Add.6616: Acta Mechliniensia, 1574-1663, written in Italian in three hands, 18th century, 116 folios. Copies of the acts of a provincial synod and other congregations of the Province of Malines: (fo. 1v) list of contents; (fo. 2) first hand: acts of the provincial synod held at Louvain, May 1574; (fo. 28) blank; (fo. 30) acts of the congregation held at Antwerp, Sept. 1628; (fo. 41) blank; (fo. 42) acts of the congregation held at Brussels, Aug. 1630; (fo. 46) acts of the congregation held at the same, Aug. 1631; (fo. 54) acts of the congregation of deans held Aug. 1625; (fo. 57) blank; (fo. 58) acts of the congregation of archpriests, etc., held at Brussels, Aug. 1652; (fo. 66) second hand: proposals made by the Bishop of Ghent at a congregation held at Brussels, 1644; (fo. 98) third hand: acts and resolutions of the congregation held at Malines, Sept. 1663. (fo. 1) 'ex libris Gasparoli' (i.e. the Gasparoli family, Chevaliers, of Brabant) (xviiith). Front fly-leaf: 'Messrs. H.&S.' (xixth), 'J. Lee, Doctors Commons, 1828', whose bookplate appears inside the front cover. Labelled on the back in red: 'MS 19[6?]'.