fol. 118r (cont.)I
Passus secundus de visione · Hm.2.0: Though not legible, something, perhaps guide words for the heading, has been scraped and cropped in the right margin. Or perhaps the vellum is merely rough, for no ink shows with ultraviolet light.
Fetysly hure fyngres weren Hm.2.11: The Hm scribe, like the scribes of MO, has misplaced the caesura that should have followed fyngres. Frettyd wyth wyre
knowenknow[e]Hm.2.48: The error is probably caused by attraction to longen in the preceding line. hem there if thu kanst and kepe thu thi tonge
ac fauel was the fyrst that fette her outHm.2.66: An otiose mark appears above the <o>. of boure
¶ glotany he ȝaf hem eke at dyuerse tauernesHm.2.95: Hm, probably due to eye skip from and in the b-verse of KD.2.93 to at in the b-verse of KD.2.94, uniquely runs these two lines together, thus omitting the b-verse of KD.2.93 and the a-verse of KD.2.94, which read: and grete othes togydere | And alday to drynke.
and ther to iangle and iape and Iuge her ...emcristeneHm.2.96: Initial <e> and <m> are written over an erasure of three characters, possibly reflecting original eue(ne), the reading of all other B witnesses.
her soules to sathanasHm.2.107: HmH have the A form sathanas against sathan in all other B manuscripts. to suffre wyth hym peynes
MmundeHm.2.113: A lower case <m> appears to have been written over initial <M>, though the priority of forms is difficult to determine. the mellere and many mo othere
and seide to Cyuyle Sorowe moste thu haueHm.2.117: The following line, here in the spelling of L, is omitted in Hm: Such weddynges to worche to wratthe with treuthe.
and lete sumneHm.2.159: Sumne, "summon." alle segges in schires aboute
¶ I haue no tome to telle the tayle that hem folowythHm.2.186: Cr1WHmG omit a line found in the other B manuscripts, given here in the reading of L: Of many maner man þat on þis molde libbeth. This could have been caused by eye skip from the last three letters of KD.2.186 to KD.2.187: eth.
Thanne drede wente wyghtly · and warnede falsHm.2.208: A modern hand has added "Fragment begins here," indicating where Hm2 starts. The same hand also marked this leaf as "9th" in accord with his note on 96r in Hm2, which directs the reader to the corresponding text here on Hm's 9th leaf. Hand2 begins here and continues throughout the text of Hm. See Thorlac Turville-Petre, "Putting it Right: The Corrections of Huntington Library MS Hm 128 and BL Additional MS 35287," The Yearbook of Langland Studies 16 (2002): 43-51.
¶ Fals for fereHm.2.210: Note that þanne appears as an addition above the line in M. · fley. to the freres