I wilL.6.6: LCYR read wil while other B witnesses have wolde. wende with ȝow · and þe way teche
I wolde wende with ȝyow . and þe weiey teche .
I woulde wend wyth you , and the way teach .
I wyl wende with yow · and þe wey teche
I wilR.6.6: Among the other B copies, only LCY share R's
wil (the rest read wolde). That the latter form of the
verb was original in the A version seems obvious (though three of its
manuscripts—Ra, U, and La—support a future meaning in place of the
conditional); but the reading of Cx is more problematic. Most C copies agree with the AB majorities on wolde, but three of the most authoritative X-family witnesses, XYcI, support the RLCY
reading. wenden with ȝow and þe weye teche .