Sir Iohn & sir Ieffery hath a girdle of siluer
Sir Iohan and sir Geffray · hase a girdel of siluer
Schulden go synge seruyseles wiþ sire philip þe sparweO.15.126: OC2 alone substitute this line for the completely different one which appears in other manuscripts and which Kane and Donaldson
render as "[And beere] bedes in hir hand and a book vndir hir arme." See Skeat's note in Vol. II, 218. In his description
of this manuscript in the endleaves, Skeat writes: "There is one variation in it which must not be passed over, viz. the allusion
to Sir Philip the Sparrow in the line 'Schulden go synge seruyseles / wiþ sire philip þe sparwe' which, as explained in the
footnote to xv. 119, is totally different from the corresponding line in the other copies."
Sire ion & sire ieffrey han gyrdelesO.15.127: OC2F alone have the plural form. of siluer