These pages of a paper manuscript show a scholars notes on a text
by the 13th-century cardinal, St. Bonaventure, arranged in outline form.
The script is difficult to read because it was written hastily for private
use, without any intention of meeting professional standards. Cursive
script quickly emerged as the natural form of personal writing, as it
Obtained in 1897 for A. D. White.
Theological Miscellany. Germany, middle of the