The contents are as follows.
(i) 'Universal Grammar, written by James Trail ... Panbride ... 1773' (folio iv);
(ii) 'A Compend of Logic, in four parts, by Robert Watson, Master of Arts, Professor of Rhetoric & Logic in the University of St. Andrews' (folio 30).
From the notices on folio i, 'James Trail, May, 1775', 'To Da. Trail, 1782', and 'Bot at Dr. Trail's roup by C.R.' (i.e., Reverend Charles Rogers), it seems that the grammar was written by James Trail, Minister of St Cyrus, 1797-1816, and the logic-notes were taken by his brother David, Doctor of Divinity, Minister of Panbride, 1798-1850, who was a student at St Andrews.