Thus the poete preues . that the pecok for his fetheres is reuerencede
And thus þe poet preueth þat the pecock for his fethers is reuerenced
Thus þe Poete preueþ . þat þe pecok . for hise feþeres is reuerenced W.12.262:nota
Thus the poet proues þat the pecok · for hise fetheres is reuerenced
þisG.13.264: For the G scribe's use of "this" for most manuscripts "thus," see note to G.4.76. þe poett prouvethe þat þe peycock for hys feythers ys reuverensed G.13.264: The cross at the bottom right hand corner of the page is in modern pencil.
Ryght as þe Poete preveþ þe pookok / men pulle hise fedres.F.9.379: F's reading is unique. Bx reads "Thus þe Poete preueþ þat þe pecok for hise feþeres is reuerenced."