Sayd for a soueraygne helpe to him-selfe .
Saide for a souereyne · helpe to hym-selue
seyd for a souvereyne help to hym-seluvenG.1.159: A brown-ink flourish, apparently an abbreviation for <n>, has been added to the final <e> of original selue. This is in the same ink as the earlier alteration of <u> to <v>. The addition brings G's reading into line with that of
O C2. Kane and Donaldson do not record this G reading, though they do record the readings of O and C2.
Seyde for a souereyn help . to hym-seluenO.P.159: OC2 alone have hym-seluen; all other beta witnesses have hymselue.
Seyde for a souereyne helpe
to hem alle .R.P.34: In place of alpha's hem alle, beta reads hym-selue.
Seyde a resonable resounF.1.152: F's a-verse is unique. Bx has "Seide for a souereyn." / & helplych to hem alle.F.1.152: Alpha is responsible for "hem alle." Beta witnesses have "to hymselue."