W.14.152KD.14.142

Riȝt soW.14.152: W alone reads so; other manuscripts omit it. as a seruaunt takeþ his salarie bifore . & siþþe wolde clayme moore

Hm.14.152KD.14.142

rigth as a seruaunt taketh · his salarye beforeHm.14.152: HmR both divide what amounts to a single line in most B witnesses after before. F is the only other manuscript to divide the line, but it does so eccentrically. ·

G.15.151KD.14.142

ryght as a seruvant takethe hys salarye before / & sythen wold cleym moreG.15.151: The line wraps round and the last two words are written below it and boxed in grey.

R.14.155KD.14.142

Riȝt as a seruaunt taketh his salarie by-fore . Alpha divides a Bx line here into two
lines.

R.14.156KD.14.142

And sithe wald clayme huireR.14.156: R's huire is an alpha reading (cf. F's his
heere eft-soones); beta shows more.

F.10.622KD.14.142

Ryght as a seruaunt takeþ / his sallarie be-fore his terme. Alpha has two lines for beta's one.