That he sent me vnder his seale , a salue for þe pestilence
That he sent me vnder his seel · a salue for the pestelence
that he sendG.14.251: The G B reading send (for most manuscripts sent) is ambiguous: the verb could be in the preterite or in the present tense. Note, however, that send does appear as a preterite in G in less ambiguous contexts (see G.8.23 and G.10.132). me vndre hys seale a saluve for þe pestylence
laus & vis
Indulgenciarum There is a brace in the left margin,
calling attention to this marginal gloss.