In couenaunt that thou kepe holy kyrke & my-selfe
In couenaunt þat þow kepe . holy kirke and my-selue
In couenaunt þat þow kepe · holy kirke and þy-selue
In couvenaunt G.7.28: For the use of superscript <a> as an abbreviation mark in G, see Introduction IV.1.1. þat þou kepe holychurche & my-seluve
. þe lyuyng of
trewe knyȝtisO.6.28: The rubric is divided after of, so that it appears as two lines. A flourish (two rays and a central punctus, arranged vertically) appears at its left. The
hand responsible cannot be identified with certainty, but the flourish resembles those surrounding words written in the main
InR.6.28: There is a mark above the <I> of In. It
appears to be a backwards <c> in brown, touched with red.
couenaunt þat þow kepe holy cherche and my-selue .
¶ In connaunt / þat holy chirche / þou kepe / as þy-selue.