fol. 154r (cont.)I
Passus xiusundecimus · de visione · & iiijusquartus · de do-weel ·
¶Hm.11.12: The rubricator failed to notice the paraph marker in the left margin. Than had fortune folwynge here · two fayre damysels
and bad me for my contynaunce · counte clergye hligthteHm.11.16: The initial <l> has been created through the partial erasure of an original <h>. The remaining <h> has been retouched in the process of adding <te>. ·
Set pena pecuniaria · non sufficit pro spiritualibus delictisHm.11.59: The <e> is ill-formed, and may be an <i>. · & cetera
Sola contricio delet peccatum · Hm.11.84: The line is added in the margins of LMHmOC2 and is truncated to Sola contricio in several witnesses.
¶Hm.11.90: The rubricator failed to notice the paraph marker here. If y durste quod y amonges men · this metels a-vowe ·
the lasse as y leue · louyn it they wolde · Hm.11.113:As Hm is written, this line is followed by KD.11.425; then 104 lines follow, including the rubric heading, running through Hm.12.88; this line is followed by KD.11.218, and the text proceeds in sequence till KD.11.424 (Hm.12.294), which is followed by KD.11.111; after 101 lines in Hm's count, KD.11.217 is followed by KD.12.82, and all then proceeds as it should; Kane and Donaldson (p. 10) describe and explain this dislocation in notes 63 and 64, but they cite the old foliation of Hm, their count being one too high in each case. In their analysis of the problem, they appear to be following the unpublished notes on the manuscript put together by Captain R. B. Haselden in 1931. Haselden, R. W. Chambers, "The Manuscripts of Piers Plowman in the Hungtington Library, and Their Value for Fixing the Text of the Poem," The Huntington Library Quarterly 8 (1935): 15, and Kane-Donaldson alike agree that the scribe's exemplar had mistakenly bound leaves in the quire. See our discussion above in the Introduction II.1.2 Dislocation.