I can read enough of this in its handwritten form to get the gist of it.
With regard to the "Personality of Eternal Life." In Napoleon Noel's "History of the Brethren" I read,
'February 6, 1889. Brother's meeting at 57 Park Street considering the question of eternal life as propounded by Mr Raven and Mr Stoney, - the remark being emphasised that Christ was eternal life, "but He was more, He was God." One of Mr Raven's questioners said, "Then He was God, but He was less?" ' (Volume 2, page 506. Italics in the book.)
A rather strange piece of reasoning on the part of this questioner I would suggest.
Then again I read in the selected ministry of A H Rule - another opponent of Mr Raven - "No one questions that Christ was more than eternal life." (Volume 2, page 217)
Well, someone did precisely that!