Can anyone help with the section underlined in blue?
I just can't make any sense of it.
It seems to read - non sinas perire inis animarum quam tui generis est....................... may you not permit to perish (non sinas perire) inis (you undertake) animarum (of the souls) quam (which) tui generis est (is of your kind)
Again - where is the accusative for non sinas perire? is it quam? and if it is, shouldn't it be quas? but if it is, what is est doing there? est as in tui generis est?
Any help or advice will be gratefully received and acknowledged when I finish the transcription and post on FB Western Medieval Magic .