With two harowes that they had , an old and a newe
With two harwes þat thay hadde · and olde and a newe
With tweye hayȝtesF.15.275: F alone reads hayȝtes, possibly a form of the nonce-word (at least in Middle English) aiþes, "harrows," < OE egeþe, egþe, for which beta has the more common term harewes. R is defective here, lacking the entire passus. þat þey hadden / þe olde lawe & þe newe.