The date 16 September 1610 occurs on folio 137.
The treatise is followed (folio 377 verso) by copies of poems of George Sibbald of Rankeillour, some of which are printed in ‘Regulae bene et salubriter vivendi’ (Edinburgh, 1701). Copies of the rest, with two exceptions, are to be found in Adv.MS.15.2.5. The exceptions (folios 377-381) are an Apology, beginning `Clerice qui fasces et opes virtutibus aequas`, and verses in honour of Catherine, Countess of Haddington (died 1635). Another copy of Mark Alexander Boyd`s poem on Francois de la Noue (folio 411 verso) is to be found in Adv.MS.15.1.7, folio 222.