Readings for line KD.13.333

And whan I may nouȝt haue þe maistrye · with malencolye I takeL.13.335: The spelling is ambiguous. Kane and Donaldson interpret the form as a past participle, and Schmidt takes it to be a finite verb.
And whan I may nouȝt haue þe maistrie . ...suchM.13.332:M's altered reading agrees with WCRF, and with Hm also by correction. Most B manuscripts read wiþ. malencolie I take .
And whan I may not haue þe maistry , such melancholye I take
And whan I may noȝt haue þe maistrie . swich malencolie I take
and whan y may nougth haue þe maystry · ....swichHm.13.332: As in M, swich is written over an erasure. malencolye y take
And whan I may nouȝt haue the maistrie · with malencolye I take
& when I may noght haue þe mastrye wyth malyncoly I take
And whanne I may not haue þe maystrie  wiþ malencolie I take 
And whan I may nouȝt haue þe maystrie  whichR.13.350: R's which is unique. F and some of the beta manuscripts (CrWHm) read swich, while others (LGCO) have with. As for M, the beta editor has "corrected" its reading (from the spacing it appears likely that the original reading was with) to the WHm lection. Cx attests suche, but Kane and Russell choose wiþ for their edition of C, presumably on the basis of its being a "harder reading." malencolye I take
& whan y have not þe maystrie / swich malekolye y take.