And Christ of his curtesy the Cardinals frame ,
And crist of his curteisie the cardinales saue
¶ But crist of custesyȝecu[r]tesyȝeF.15.455: The second character is malformed, and we have read it variously as a single lobed <a>, as <o>, and as <u>. It
is not likely to be <a>, for the scribe never elsewhere writes a single-lobed <a> after <c> and before <st>. Bx reads curteisie. / þo Cardynalis save.