decem preceptaL.5.591: The gloss is in a sixteenth-century hand.
And so shalte þow seM.5.592: M's original reading without se agreed with HmYOC2. swere nouȝt . but ..if it be for nede .
And so shalt thou see , Swere not but if it be for nede
And so shaltowe se · swere nouȝt but if it be for nede
so shall thowe se sweyre noght butG.6.590: The majority of A and C manuscripts share the G B F reading but (for remaining B manuscripts but if), and this is the reading adopted by Kane and Donaldson. ytt be for nede
And so schalt þouO.5.593: HmYOC2 alone lack se before swere. swere not but if it be for nede
¶¶ And so schalt þow se swere nauȝt
but if it be for nede .