75r & 167v, Gospels, Add MS 11848, British Library
To which I would add:
British Library, MS Add. 11848 is an illuminated Carolingian Latin Gospel Book produced at the abbey of St Martin in Tours, under the abbacy of Fridugisus, the successor of Alcuin, around 820-830. It contains the Vulgate translation of the four Gospels written on vellum in Carolingian minuscule with square and rustic capitals and uncials as display scripts. The manuscript has 219 extant folios which measure approximately 330 by 230 mm. The text is written in area of about 205 by 127 mm. In addition to the text of the Gospels, the manuscript contains the letter of St. Jerome to Pope Damasus and of Eusebius of Caesarea to Carpian, along with the Eusebian canon tables. There are prologues and capitula lists before each Gospel.
I know, just focusing on the letters though :P