Loke thou suffer hym to say , and sith lerne it after
loke thu suffre him to seye and sytthen lerne it afterHm.1.142: CrHmC2F have lerne, where other B manuscripts have lere. The <l> of lerne is perhaps written over an erasure, but the rest of the phrase is added in a different ink over a blank space. CrWHmGH omit
the following line (supplied here in the spelling of L): For thus witnesseth his worde worcheth þow þere-after.
¶ Loke thow suffyre hym to saye · and sithen here it after
loke thow suffer hym to say / & sythen lere ytt afterG.2.147: G Cr W Hm H omit a line at this point ("For thus witnesseth his worde · worcheth þow þere-after").