A fragment of a calendar for the year 5571 of Creation (= 1810-1811 CE). In the Hebrew part of each entry astronomical and astrological details on the month are given and dates of holidays and special Šabbats are given. In the following Judaeo-Arabic part of each entry the relationship between the length of day and night during the particular month and the name of the corresponding month of the Muslim year are given.
Contents: Abraham ben Meïr Ibn Ezra, Keli ha-Neḥoshet (Book on the astrolabe) (ff. 1v-9r). Jacob ben Machir Ibn Tibbon, Rovaʿ Yiśraʾel (Quadrant of Israel) (ff. 17v-30r). Mosheh Boṭaril Faritsol, Perush luḥot Paras (Commentary on the astronomical tables) (ff. 44r-46v). Mosheh Boṭaril Faritsol, Perush luḥot (Commentary on the astronomical tables) (ff. 47r-56r). Luḥot Paris (ff. 57r-102v).
Contents: Isaac ben Joseph Israeli, Yesod Olam (ff. 1r-194r, 199, 203r-217v). Extracts on astronomy and mathematics (ff. 194v-198v, 200r-202v, 234r-236v). Iṣḥak ben Shlomo Al-Aḥdab, Notes on the calendar (f. 218). Isaac ben Elijah ben Aaron ha-Kohen of Syracuse, Treatise on the calendar (ff. 219v-221v). Astronomical tables for 1384 (ff. 222r-233v).
Collection of astronomical works by Naṣīr al-Dīn al-Ṭūsī, which include material on sunset and sunrise, the size of the earth, the moon, the distance to the moon, the distance between the sun and the planets, movement of the spheres, and eclipses. Some marginal notes in another hand, affected by trimming.
Collection of works on astronomy and astronomical instruments in Arabic and Ottoman Turkish copied in the same hand and bound together; the Turkish work (3) is missing the first leaf; f. 84v-98v are all excerpts from (naqala min) the same book with no attribution, Miṣbāḥ al-ẓalām.
Four treatises on astrolabes and astronomy, the first and fourth treatise are incomplete; the first treatise skips from chapter 22 to chapter 30 (f. 5-6) and the fourth treatise is missing some amount of the beginning, the first complete section is "taṣtīḥ dāʼirat al-ufuq" (f. 14r).
Text rubricated; many marginal and interlinear corrections and assorted doodlings in the hand of the copyist.
 consists of at least 7 bābs, missing the beginning and end, and is on timekeeping by solar methods;  consists of 15 bābs, missing the beginning and the last page(s) of the khātimah, and is on timekeeping by night using the stars and the characteristics of the Byzantine and Coptic calendars. The item in hand seems to have been used for practice in copying.