Whan symonye and cyuile · seiȝ here beireL.2.68: LC alone have beire, the genitive form of bo, "both"; most other B manuscripts have synonymous boþer. wille
Whanne symonye and Cyuyle seiȝ hire boþere wille .
Whan Simony and Ciuyll see hir both wyll
¶ Whan Symonye and Cyuylle . seighe hir boþer wille
Whan simonye and ciuile seiȝ hir beire wille
when symonye & scyuvyllG.3.68: For the alteration of the <s> of original syuyll to a <c>, see also G.3.144. seyseyd toG.3.68: The alteration resulting in seyd to does not appear to be in the hand of the original scribe. There is a backward <s> and the script is altogether more angular.
For hand2, see marginalia on ff.69v, 70, 71, 72v and 103, as well as the note on f.106v. According to the OED, forms of "saw" with weak ending date from the eighteenth century onwards, but the corrector may, of course, have intended
"said." It seems possible that an attempt was made to alter the original word before the correction was written above. thhere G.3.68: The erasure here has resulted in a hole in the paper. both tyouvrh..re G.3.68: The original G reading was both your. The corrector has made the usual change of <u> to <v> but the word your has then been altered again. The added initial <t> is clear and the <y> has been altered to an <h> but it is difficult to
be certain what exactly the second corrector intended after that. The <o> does not appear to have been altered, but may have
been intended to be read as an <e>. Kane and Donaldson read the corrected form as theire. wylles
¶ Whanne symonye and cyuile seiȝ here bethereR.2.27: The variant genitive forms bether, boþer and beire all appear in the
manuscripts. wille .