only single compartment 'a' is used.
a double compartment graph for the upper case letter.
unlooped 'd' with oval lobe. Down-stroke set at an oblique angle which does not always close the lobe.
scoop-shaped bowl to 'g' with longish tail which turns in reverse at the end.
the hair-line stroke at the head extends as the horizontal dash and joins to the following graph.
sometimes the tail travels in a clockwise direction first before curling down to finish.
leaning 'h' in initial position.
'h' to follow 't' with stem and shoulder as a continuous wavy line.
the graph ends with a turn counter-clockwise.
the 'r' resembles a number '2' followed by a sickle-shaped extension.
the flourish on the final 'r' probably represents a missing 'e'.
upper case 'R' also resembles the figure '2' with semi-circular addition on the side and horizontal cross-bar through the middle..
long 's' is used in initial and medial positions.
'6'-shaped 's' with reverse curl at the head is used in final position.
long approach stroke to the left limb.
a single lobe to the right which may appear almost circular in some examples.
in other examples, the compartment at the right has almost a horizontal base.
again, the body of 'y' varies little. The tail does vary in length and in shape.
the tail of 'y' angles down to finish.
'y' has a concave stroke angling down attached to the end of the tail.
thorn is virtually indistinguishable from 'y'. It is mainly used with superscript abbreviations.
there are no yoghs on this folio but ampersand is quite distinctive.