PART 1 (2004)

Caxton's printings of The horse, the sheep and the goose: some observations regarding textual relationships by David Scott-Macnab 1
'In recompense of his labours and inuencyon': early sixteenth-century book trade privileges and the birth of literary property in England by Meraud Grant Ferguson 14
Mr Baldwin's sermon and the Norwich printers by David Stoker 33
MS Marlay 9 in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge by Berthold Kress 44
A missing manuscript of Eadmer's Vita S. Wilfridi by Andrew Turner 105
Errata 111
The Barrow Knight, the Bristol bibliographer, and a lost Old English prayer by Rebecca Rushforth 112
Summary of the Society's activities, October 2004 to July 2005 132

PART 2 (2005)

Defining doctrine in the Carolingian period: the contents and context of Cambridge, Pembroke College, MS 108 by Sven Meeder 133
Catherine of Aragon's pomegranate, revisited by Hope Johnston 153
The library of Reuben Shirwoode (c.1542-1599) by James Hannam 175
From Toronto to Cambridge: the illuminated manuscripts of Lord Lee of Fareham by Stella Panayotova 187
Guillaume de Deguileville's Pèlerinage de l'ame at The Fitzwilliam Museum by Stella Panayotova 221
Summary of the Society's activities, October 2004 to July 2005 231

PART 3 (2006)

The early fellows of Gonville Hall and their books by Catherine Hall 233
The technical mastery of the Macclesfield Psalter: a preliminary stylistic appraisal of the illuminators and their suggested origin by Lynda Dennison 253
Cambridge, Pembroke College MS 120: overlooked and new observations by Peter Kidd 289
Carrington (and Woolf) in Cambridge, 1928 by Peter Murray Jones 301
Errata 335
Summary of the Society's activities, October 2005 to July 2006 336

PART 4 (2007)

Special issue: Art, academia and the trade: Sir Sydney Cockerell (1867–1962)
Introduction: Sydney Cockerell and medieval manuscripts by Stella Panayotova 339
'Variously employed': the pre-Fitzwilliam career of Sydney Carlyle Cockerell by William P. Stoneman 345
Sydney Cockerell: bookseller in all but name by Richard A. Linenthal 363
St Cockerellius: the director–collector by Stella Panayotova 387
'Vain, aggressive and somewhat quarrelsome': the enduring impact of Sir Sydney Cockerell on the Melbourne collections by Shane Carmody 421
Summary of the Society's activities, October 2006 to July 2007 456