And also the grayth gate that goith into heuen
And also the graythe gate · that goth in-to heuene
& it ys / þe grayþ gate / þat goodgoo[þ]F.2.203: Though this instance is probably to be attributed to scribal error, some late East Anglian scribes displayed a tendency
to substitute <d> for <þ>. See M. C. Seymour, "A Fifteenth-Century East Anglian Scribe," Medium Ævum 37 (1968): 116-67. in-to blysse.