I'm wondering whether anyone has come across latex templates for formatting mathematics like it used to be written in older works by Weyl, Hertz, Maxwell, Ricci, and others. You can see this kind of style in the Dover books.
Essentially, you have exposition running in numbered sections, but the sections aren't set off, or larger font. They are just bold. Typically, the section numbers are prefaced with the double-hooking ss, the kind that used to be used for footnotes as well (not the dagger).
Anything template or style that is reminiscent of the older styles would be much appreciated!