And beggers aboute mydsomer , breadles they soupe
¶ Ac beggeris aboute Midsomer . bredlees þei slepeW.14.171: W alone reads slepe; other manuscripts have soupe.
And beggers aboute myssomer · bredles thay soupe
Ac beggers aboute mydsomer breedles þei soupenO.14.171: OC2 alone have the form soupen; most B manuscripts have soupe.
¶ R.14.170: R uniquely omits a conjunction at the head of this line; beta
reads Ac (which agrees with the reading of Cx) while
F has But.
Beggeres aboute missomer bred-les þei soupe .R.14.170: In
the left margin, extending from this line to R14.183, there is a black brace and a hand (at
R14.178) pointing to these lines.