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A mutilated copy of the Somme rurale, a French manual of law, composed by Jean Boutillier in 1370, written in the 15th cent.
The original MS. had 296 leaves, here reduced by excisions at various places to 159. Some 'Riullez de droit' follow on fol. 135v, and a few other legal pieces. 'Che liure chy apertient a Jehan Marisal fitz de Nichaice [?] Marisal demorant a Lille', 16th cent. (fol. 159v).
Collection: Douce Manuscripts
Shelfmark: MS. Douce 386
Extents: 160 leaves, in double columns
Dates: written in the 15th cent.