Comprises acts in the fair court; prosecutions of flesh dressing on Fridays; beer sold above the price; hops, tobacco, rape seed and mustard seed out of condition; unfresh fish; dried fish mixed; illegal Scottish fish; regrating, forestalling (especially of oysters); defective weights; unmarked honey; also disputes, personal injuries and defamation. Notable entries include:
p.102: breach of contract: Lionel Ducket v. Matthew Law of London, for failure to deliver three parts of Lira;
pp.305-306: prosecution of Henry Slegge for theft of a gilded book in quarto from a bookbinder's stall;
p.328: Thomas Calvert, MA (Trinity), v. Richard Brinckworth, stationer of London, for failure to deliver two Bibles;
p.499: memorandum of attempt by men authorised by the Privy Council to search for defective cloth, 7 Sept. 1611.
The last three years are incomplete rough notes by Tabor only.
Cover: bifolium of a service book (as in UA Comm.Ct.V.6).