And þat is ruth of ryghtfull men , þat in realme wonneth
And þat is routhe for riȝtful men ˜ þat in the reem wonyen
& þat ys reuvthe for ryghtfull men þat yn þe realme wonynenG.16.543:The tail of the <y> of original wonyen (altered to wonnen) is faintly visible. For other class II weak verbs in G, see Introduction III.4.3.
And þat is reuth for þeR.15.548: In place of R's for þe), most beta copies and F read for while Cr has of. The reading of Cx is uncertain here, the P family agreeing with R while the X family reads for tho.
riȝtfulmenriȝtful men þat in þe
reume wonyen .
& þat is rewthe for ryght-ful men / þat in þe rewme dwelle.F.11.463: F omits the following line from Bx: "And a peril to þe pope and prelates þat he makeþ."