And if you wil to wend wel this is the way thither
Ac if yowW.5.578: WCr1 alone read yow, where other B witnesses have ȝe. There are no examples in W of nominative yow, so perhaps wilneþ is here uniquely treated as an impersonal verb. Cf. 5.571 above. wilneþ to wende wel . þis is þe wey þider
And if ye wilneþ to weende wel · þis is þe way þider
Þat I shal say to yow · and sette yow in þe soþe
. nota . how þou schalt goo
Ac if ȝe wilneþ to wende wel þis is þe weye þidir .O.5.582: The rubric is divided after goo, so that it appears as two lines. Short flourishes in red appear at the left and right of nota.
Þat I schal seye to ȝow & sette ȝow in þe soþeO.5.583: Kane and Donaldson (224) exclude this line, which occurs only in Cr23YOC2CBHt, on the grounds that it is scribal.