Readings for line KD.13.132

He wil nouȝt aȝein holy writ speken · I dar wel vndertake
He wol nouȝt aȝein holy writte speken . I dar wel vndurtake
He wil not gaine saie holi writ , I dare wel vndertake
He wol noȝt ayein holy writ speken . I dar wel vndertake
he wyll nougth aȝen holy wrytt spekyn · y dar wel vndurtake
He wol nouȝt ayein haly writ · speken I vndertake
he wyll nott ageynst holy wrytte speke I dare vndretake
He wole not aȝeyn holi writ speke  I dar vndirtake
He wil nauȝt aȝeynes holy writ speke  I dar wel vndertaken .R.13.136: Between fols. 60 and 61 there was a leaf removed (the original cognate of fol. 60) in the course of producing R. Its stub, which measures an average width of 1.4 cm., was pasted down to the current fol. 61, causing this quire (the ninth) to be an irregular one of 7 leaves (8-1). No evidence of text loss or irregularity is apparent in the immediate vicinity of this intervention, but something must have been awry, either with the scribe's initial "casting off" of text, or with his first try at copying fol. 61, to cause such a radical intervention as cancelling a leaf. It may be significant that the text on current fol. 61v begins precisely at a point where the beta manuscripts omit nine lines of authorial material. If this material existed as a marginal addition or an attached slip in R's exemplar, it may have been initially overlooked (as in beta) but then noticed in time to remedy by means of excising a singleton and recopying. Whatever occurred may also relate to a gradual change in lineation noticeable from early in the seventh quire (41r-48v): while the earlier fascicles of R are ruled exclusively for 36 lines, beginning at 42v most sides are ruled for 37, and at the crucial fol. 60, both sides are ruled for 38 lines.
He wil not speke a-geyn holy wryt / y dar wel welwel vndir-take.