Readings for line KD.5.275

IsL.5.283: LMR alone have Is; other B witnesses have Ben. holden at þe heighe dome · to helpe þe to restitue
mirabile dictum
Is holden at þe heiȝe dome . to helpe þe to restitue
Bene holden at the heygh dome to help the to restitue
Ben holden at þe heiȝe doom . to helpe þee to restitue
ben holdyn at þe hyȝe doom · to helpe to þy restitucioun
Ben holden at þe hiȝe dome · to helpe þe to restitue
be holden att the heye dome to helpe þe to restytuvte
Been holden at þe hye doom  to helpe þee to restitue
Is haldyngeR.5.284: Only LMF agree with R's Is (but F's verb occurs in a completely rewritten line). The other copies show be(n). R's haldynge is unique; the other B copies all show holde(n) as do many P manuscripts in the C tradition. However, the X family of C agrees with R's lection. at þe heyȝ dome  to helpe þe restitueR.5.284: With reference to beta, R's lection here appears at first glance to involve a unique omission. Beta reads þe to restitue. However, the supposition of omission collapses when we notice that the nearly unanimous C reading at this point is identical to R's (F rewrites the line completely). .
He is holde to ȝeelde it here / if he may it qwyte These lines appear only in F, replacing two lines in Bx:
Is holden at þe heiȝe doom to helpe þee to restitue
And whoso leueþ noȝt þis be sooþ loke in þe Sauter glose.
Or praye þe of for-gyfnesse / or to doon yt for þy sowle.
& ellis he shal have evil hap / but he heendely wirche.
His catel shal fallyn hym froo / or ellis hise freendis goode.
Or ellis his soule shal drynke sour / at o dayes tyme.