This commonplace book's unidentified author was a student at Oxford. Much of the small volume is filled with accounts and
receipts; these include statements of the author's expenses, ranging from tutors and booksellers to tobacco and candles. It
also includes short letters, verse and prose entries, and directions for drawing and painting. Written in English, with some
Latin and Hebrew.
The author is a student at Oxford during the reign of James II. He is thus likely teenaged, and certainly male.
59 leaves extant : paper ; 145 x 96 mm. bound to 150 x 100 mm.
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