I saie it b.y suche quod she þat sheweþ byM.10.13: All other B manuscripts read hir at this place. An insertion line has been drawn between by and werkes, and a line drawn out to something, illegible even under ultraviolet light, erased in the margin, where there is also an
erased <X>. werkes
I say it by such , quod she , þat shew it by her works
I say it by swich quod sho · þat shewes by hire werkes
I seye it be schucheR.10.13:
This form is unique to R. MED, s. v.
swich, indicates that the South English Legendary (ca.
1300) has the only comparable form of this word, which it labels as a SW Midlands form for
swich. Cx reads suche.
quod sche þat scheweth be here werkes .
I sey it / be swiche quod she / þat shewe be here werkys.