And there by counsell of kinde , I comsed to runner[om]e
¶ And ther-by counseil of kynde · I comsed to Rome
& there by couvnseale off kynd / I comsed to roomnneG.21.209: Since the change from roome to roonne simply involves the addition of a minim, it is difficult to be certain who made it, but the ink colour suggests hand1.
And þere be conseile of kende comsedR.20.186: R here omits any reference to the subject; cf. beta's I
comsed and F's he comsed; F's reading suggests an inept attempt to
restore a word sensed as grammatically necessary. Among the C copies,
RcMcQScZFc read the b-verse as beta does, while the majority agrees with R. However, it is
clear that, unlike any B manuscript, Cx positioned
the pronoun reference in the a-verse: And y bi conseil of kynde. to
& þere be conseile of kende / heF.16.212: Bx has I in place of he. R lacks a subject both here and in line 214, suggesting an error in alpha. F's he may represent an unintelligent revision by either the redactor or the scribe. comsede to roome.