Includes index at front.
Cursive hand, varying number of long lines per page.
Written by at least 2 hands in black ink in English.
Later additions are written on the verso of the leaves, upside down, from back towards the front.
With 1 leaf from The Saturday Magazine of August 20, 1842 concerning the history of the national anthem "God Save the Queen" tipped in at p. .
Title derived from contents.
In a contemporary marbled paper binding with a label on the upper cover bearing the inscription, "Bridewell & Bethlem cash account (1791)", stricken through; a second inscription reads: Catalogue of books sent to the treasurer's new house in Bridewell Hospital - 1800.
Acquired from Franklin Gilliam, 11 Apr. 2007.