For heL.2.150: Most B manuscripts have a form of þei. may mede amaistrye · and maken at my wille
For ..theyM.2.150: M's altered reading agrees with WHmCrGYOC2CH. LRF read he. may mede amaistrye and maken at my wille /
For they may Mede maystrye and make at my wyl .
For thei may Mede a maistrye · and maken at my wille
for þei mayG.3.150: This addition (may, in black ink) could conceivably have been made by the original scribe, but note the clear definition of the minims. Resemblences
to the italic hand on, e.g. f.96v, and in particular the hairline tail on the <y>, suggest hand3.G.3.150: The addition of may brings G into line with Bx. mede master & maken att my wyll
Only L, among beta copies, agrees with alpha's reading here; the other beta witnesses attest
þei. However, the LRF reading is almost certainly authorial, matching the
reading found in Ax and Cx. may mede a-maystrie and maken at my wille .
Þat heF.3.149: The reading he is owed to alpha, though shared by L. Beta reads þei. may Meede a-Maystrye / & makyn at myn wille.