To bynde & toL.19.189: LC2 alone read to. vnbynde · bothe here & ellesL.19.189: LF alone — R is absent here — read elles, which probably explains the corrector's <+> to the right of and slightly higher than this line. Other B manuscripts have ellis-where. It is equally possible that the corrector's mark was intended to call attention to the repeated to of the a-verse or to both differences from beta.
To binde and vnbinde both here and els-where
To bynde and vnbynde · bothe here and elles where