WollewardL.18.1: The ornamental capital of six lines is in blue ink with red flourishes. A small guide letter <w> is in the left margin. and wete-shoed · went I forth after
WOlward & wetshode went I forth after
WEllewardHm.18.1: The <E> is mildly obscured, perhaps by overwriting. Only Hm among beta witnesses has the <e>, but wellowerd, a similar spelling, appears in F. See MED s.v., wol-ward. and wetschod · went y foorþ after
UOlleward and wete schoed · went I forth after
ANF.14.1: The ornamental capital is in blue with red flourishes. The small guide letter <a> can be seen through the red ink. wellowerdF.14.1: OED s. v. woolward, "wearing wool next to the skin, esp. as a penance," offers one parallel spelling, "wellewerd" from Caxton's The Cronicles of Englond (1480). Other B witnesses read "wolleward." & wetschod / y wente forþ þanne.