A manuscript bound with three printed works and newspaper cuttings, probably collected together by Albert William Woods. The volume comprises:
- John Philipot (?1589-1645), A perfect collection: or catalogue of all Knights batchelaurs made by King James since his comming to the crown of England (London: 1660), pasted on stubs;
- English MS 477 (33 folios) comprising a transcript of 'Catalogue of knights made by King Charles I' chronologically arranged, with an alphabetical table by Sir Richard St George Fox (Harleian MS 6062 f. 336); the transcript is dated 1853 and was possibly made by Sir Thomas Phillipps;
- Francis Townsend, Catalogue of knights, from 1660 to 1760 (London: printed by Harjette and Savill, 1833), with some annotations;
- Francis Townsend, Calendar of knights: containing lists of Knights bachelors... from 1760 to the present time (London: William Pickering, 1828), formerly belonged to Philip Herve;
- Series of newspaper cuttings pasted onto paper, listing honours etc. from the 1880s to 1903.