Colchester: University of Essex Library, Harsnett K.a.13 ii
(verso) vicibus eo semper absente ... ad diem primum non venerit (last line illegible)
(recto) expensas et primum ... incipiet alii es. fil. dicunt ... quosdam et totum custum amit¦¦
The edge of the margin of the recto has two early (s. xiii in?) annotations - each identifying characters alluded to in the text. In the first case, 'alii es. fil. dicunt' is noted to refer to 'Osbertus filius herevei' (that is, Osbert fitz Hervey). In the second, the text has only 'alii' (corrected from 'aliis') to which the annotator adds 'h.w.'. These marginalia are noticed and discussed by G. D. G. Hall in his edition (pp. xliii-xlvii; note that he misconstrues the second). See further the headnote to the Babel manuscript.
Pearson, Oxford, 830.9.