It is ensealed I said , many men se the letters
Is it asseled I saide · may men se the lettres
ytts ysttG.18.4: Cr C2 Cot share G's original reading ytt ys. Remaining manuscripts share G's corrected reading ys ytt. ensayled he sayde may men se þe letters
There is no cc in the margin because there would have been no space for a
paraph marker anyway (the passus initial extends down beyond this line in the left
margin). Is it aseled I seyde may men se þi lettres .
Here there is another erased note, in the right margin, written horizontally in a sprawling
style that spreads, at its top, over into the ruled area of the page; the note extends for
some four lines and appears to be in the same fifteenth-century hand as that found on fol.