The w....hich I praise there pacience is moore thanne — parfiteM.11.322: M's than parfit is not shared by other B manuscripts, which read parfit þan. richesse
Which I praise , her patience is more perfit than riches
Which I praise there pacience · is more parfit than richesse
Þe wiche I preyse þere pacience is more
parfit þanne ricchesse .R.11.334: The last word of this line is smudged or partially
Þe wiche y preyse þere pacyence is / more parfyȝt þan is rycchesse.F.8.325: F omits the following line from Bx: "Ac muche moore in metynge þus wiþ me gan oon dispute." The following nine lines, including the repetition of lines 326-27,
are unique to F. Whether the differences between the repeated lines reflect the practice of the immediate scribe or another
is not determinable.
F.8.333: What was probably the scribe's instructions to the rubricator for passus division has been cropped on the left, leaving
just <u> and the <us> abbreviation. & in þis þowht stille y lay / a long tyme after.
ASF.9.1: The ornamental capital is in red and green ink with red and green flourishes running from the top to the bottom of
the page in the left margin. y lay & lokede forþ / lowe vp-on þe greene.