Reg. Vat. CCCCXXIII, belonging to the years 4, 5 and 6, a thinner volume than usual, consisting of only if. 1–153 of text, many of them blank, contains nothing within the scope of the present Calendar. It is described on the back, on the usual red label, ‘Nic. V. de C. L. xviii. T. xxxix.’ The usual half of the original sheepskin is preserved, on which is ‘xviii’ and various other notes, mostly contemporary. A flyleaf has, in the hand of Bissaiga, ‘Nicolai V. de Curia. Lib. xviii. Tom. xxxix.’ The rubricelle follow, but are incomplete, beginning only with f. 32.
Reg. Lat. CCCCXXIV is described on the back, as above, ‘Nicol. V. de Curia. Lib. xix. Tom. xxxx.’ The half of the original parchment binding has the year ‘mcccclii,’ the number ‘xviiii’ and other more or less contemporary notes. On a flyleaf is ‘Nicolai V. de Curia. Lib. xix. Tom. xxxx,’ in the haud of Bissaiga. The rutricelle follow, headed ’Rubricelle xviiii (corrected from xviii) Libri de Curia incepte de mense Novembris mcccclii,’ after which comos the text, occupying ff. 1–324.