|Content Description||The text consists of 84 lines in hexameters, followed by an Epigraph in 4 elegiac couplets, with two further sections entitled 'Alia', each of 3 elegiac couplets.|
At the end appears a further address: 'Reverende domine, Has dono tuo votivas minutias D.D.D. Bonitati tuae devinitissimus Cliens Jacobus Smalwood'.
The dorse of the second folio carries the phrase: 'sine me liber ibis (Ovid, Tristia 1.1.1).
Smalwood was at Trinity as first student then fellow from 1674; Babington gave money for various construction projects at the college.