Here pardoun is ful petite at hire partingesM.7.60: M's original plural is not attested in other B manuscripts. henn.es .
Their pardon is full petit at their partyng hence
His pardon is ful petit · at hir partyng hennes
theyre perdones are full peytyte / att þer partyngG.8.60: The word partyng was originally faint and has been re-outlined in black ink. hence
His pardoun is ful petyt at hisR.7.60:
R's second his in this line is unique; all other B
manuscripts read a plural form like W's hir. However, Cx agrees exactly with R's rendering of this line, including the singular posessive
here. partyng hennes .