Faytenden for her fode , foughten at the ale
FattedenFa[i]teden for hir fode · foughten atte ale
Faiteden for her fode fauȝten atO.P.42: OC2 alone lack þe before ale. ale
& fele fayted for here foode / & fowtyn at þe aleF.1.38: A late seventeenth- or early eighteenth-century Corpus Christi College librarian supplied the following inscription
at the bottom of the page: Liber C.C.C Oxon.
Ex dono Gulielmi Fulman A. M. hujus Collegii quondam Socii.William Fulman (1632-1688), born Penshurst, Kent, in November, 1632, became a scholar at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, in
1647, was expelled in 1648 by Parliamentarians, and at the restoration in 1660 was created M.A. and Fellow of the college.
He remained in college until 1669 when he took a living in Gloucestershire, where he died of a fever in 1688. See the Dictionary of National Biography, eds. Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee (Oxford: Oxford U P, 1917): 7.767-68.