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iv + 18 folios.
Collation: 1⁴(preceded by 1 leaf), 2-4⁴, 5⁴(+ 1 leaf after 4).
Binding of late eighteenth-century straight-grained morocco.
The text is preceded by a large drawing in colour (most of the silver in which is oxidized) of the royal arms of England (impaled with those of St George) and of Scotland (folio ii verso). The preface and the first of the statutes are introduced by large illuminated initials and the remainder by small gold initials within alternate red and blue squares. Lacking the seal formerly attached to the cords visible at folios 1 and 18 verso.
Formerly in the possession of Henry Wellesley, Principal of New Inn Hall, whose note identifying the volume is on the verso of the flyleaf.
The volume was exhibited in the Heraldic Exhibition, Edinburgh, 6 July-3 October 1891, being number 693 in the 'Memorial Catalogue' (1892).