The contents are as follows.
(i) 'Of the Laws of Evidence' (folio 1);
(ii) Philosophical tract concerning justice and injustice (folio 18);
(iii) Tract concerning the existence of witches (folio 22);
(iv) 'Extract from Gerards Herbal' with related articles (John Gerard, ‘The Herball’, edited by Thomas Johnson, (London, 1636) (folio 28);
(v) Review of Jean Baptiste Du Halde's ‘The General History of China’ (London, 1736) (folio 38);
(vi) 'From the travels of the Abbé [François] Sevin just now arriv'd from Greece' (folio 67);
(vii) “Remarks on Mr. Warburton's Divine Legation' (referring to William Warburton, ‘The divine legation of Moses’ (London, 1737-1741) (folio 70);
(viii) Notes and drafts concerning chronology (folio 72);
(ix) Draft of an essay concerning the use of history (folio 121).