Thei wil flatre to fare wel · folke þat ben richeL.20.234: There is no evidence of correction within the line, but a corrector's <+> has been erased from the right margin.
TheiM.20.234: M's Thei agrees with Cr; other B manuscripts have They wol. flatere to fare wel . folk þat ben riche
They flatter to fare well folke that bene ryche ,
They wol flatere and fare wel . wiþW.20.234: W alone reads and fare wel wiþ. Hm has and fare wel; most other manuscripts have to fare wel. folk þat ben riche
Thay wol flatre to fare wel · folk þat ben riche
they wyll flatter to fare well /G.21.232: This virgule may have been added to separate words, but it could equally represent a correction of the punctation
provided by the original scribe (virgule after folke). folke / þat been ryche