And laye longe or she loked , and lorde mercy cryed
And lay longe er she loked · and lord mercy cryed
and leye long or she loked &G.6.66: The top half of the ampersand is not visible and has to be inferred. lord mercy cryed
And lay longe ar heR.5.66:
He, "she." loked and lord mercy he criedeR.5.66:
R alone reiterates the feminine pronoun (in R's typical form, he) in the
b-verse. The correctness of the majority reading is confirmed by the text of Ax and Cx. .