Many volumes in the first series were originally issued in several parts, and Terry, Catalogue, listed them under the earliest part number included in a vol. (or, in the case of works running to more than one vol, under the earliest part number included in the vols.). This means that there are gaps in the numerical sequence in which the vols. are listed. The original part numbers are given in brackets at the end of title entries (Notes field).
The kingis quair: together with A ballad of good counsel: by King James I of Scotland.
The historie of Scotland wrytten first in Latin by the most reuerend and worthy Jhone Leslie, Bishop of Rosse, and translated in Scottish by Father James Dalrymple, religious in the Scottis Cloister of Regensburg, the zeare of God, 1596.
Or the book of the most excellent and noble prince Robert de Broyss, King of Scots. Compiled by Master John Barbour, Archdeacon of Aberdeen, A.D. 1375. Edited from Ms. G. 23 in the library of St John's College Cambridge, written A.D. 1487; collated with the ms. in the Advocates' Library at Edinburgh, written A.D. 1489 and with Hart's edition, printed A.D. 1616.
With a preface, notes, and glossarial index by Walter W. Skeat.