The contents of this volume are described in detail in ‘British Topography’ by Richard Gough (London, 1780), volume 2, pages 611-624.
The following extracts have been printed:
pages 187-190 in ‘Registrum Episcopatus Aberdonensis’, edited by Cosmo Innes (Maitland and Spalding Clubs, 1845), volume i, pages lxxxviii-xci;
pages 213-218 in ‘Liber Conventus Sancte Katherine Senensis prope Edinburgum’, [edited by James Maidment] (Abbotsford Club, 1841), pages 65-73;
pages 231-234 in ‘Miscellaneous papers principally illustrative of events in the reigns of Queen Mary and King James VI’, edited by Andrew Macgeorge (Maitland Club, 1834), pages 135-138;
page 292 (part) in ‘Lay Administrators of Church Lands in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries’ by Peter J. Murray, in ‘Scottish Historical Review’, volume LXXIV, number 1 (April 1995), page 27.
pages 511-512 (part) in ‘Registrum Monasterii S. Marie de Cambuskenneth A.D. 1147-1535’, edited by Sir William Fraser,
(Grampian Club, 1872), pages ix-xi;
pages 638-644 and 460-462 as `Account of the Templars` and `Account of the Joannites` in the last item in John Maidment`s anonymously edited ‘Templaria’, ([Edinburgh,] 1828);
pages 675-676 in ‘Registrum Domus de Soltre (etc.)’, edited by David Laing (Edinburgh: Bannatyne Club, 1861), page vi.