And suffred to be solde . toM.18.219: M's to is shared with Cr1; other B manuscripts have to se. þe sorwe of deynge
And suffred to be sold to the sorowe of dyeng
And suffred to be sold · to se the sorwe of deyinge
& suffered to be solde / to se þe rsorowG.19.218: The initial letter of sorrow was originally a 2-shaped <r>. off dyenge
And suffreR.18.217: R's error here (Bx = suffred) is almost unique, being shared only with Cr2-3. Cx agrees with the B majority. to be solde
andR.18.217: For alpha's and, beta reads to. Cx agrees with beta. se þe sorwe of deyinge .
& he suffrede to be sold / & seenF.14.216: seen, "to see." Note that alpha had omitted the to preceding it. Seen is the scribe's usual form of the infinitive. þe sorwe of dyȝeng.