Readings for line KD.11.138

Mercy alle to amende · and mekenesse hir folwe
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Mercy alle to amende  and mekenesse hire folwe
Mercy all amende , and mekenes hyr felowe ,
Mercy al to amende . and Mekenesse hir folwe
mercy altoal to amende · and mekenesse here folweþHm.12.323: The slant on the thorn is distinctly odd, more characteristic of hand3 than hand2, but nothing else suggests it is added here. ·
Mercy alle to amende · and meknesse hir folowe
mercy all to amend and mekenes folowe
Mercy alle to amende  & mekenesse hir folewe
Mercy may alR.11.139: Alpha's may al is rendered by beta as alle to; C revises the a-verse slightly but clearly attests the presence of alpha's may al. amende  þat mekenesse he folweth .R.11.139: By uniquely substituting þat for if, and he for hym (= F) or hir (= beta), R appears here to lose the drift of Langland's thought, which is the conditional operation of Mercy. Beta's version of this line reads Mercy alle to amende and mekenesse hir folwe. Cx seems to agree with beta.
For mercy mayF.8.136: Alpha is responsible for may before al. al a-mende / ifF.8.136: F's if is unique, though beta's and may well carry the sense "if." See MED s. v. and conj. 5(a). Meeknesse hymF.8.136: F's hym is unique. Beta witnesses have hir and R has he. folwe.