Readings for line KD.2.108

In witnesse of which þing · wronge was þe first
In wittnesse of w....hich þinge  wronge was þe furste .
In witnes of which thinge , Wronge was the fyrste
In witnesse of which þyng . wrong was þe firste
in wytnesse of whiche thyng  wrong was the furste
In witnesse of whilch thyng · wrong þe firste
In wyttnes off wych thyng wrong was the fuvrst
In witnesse of which þing  wrong was þe first
In wytnesse of þisR.2.69: For alpha's non-alliterating þis, beta properly reads which. Unfortunately, the problem appears to be, at some level, authorial rather than merely scribal. That is, although Ax clearly agrees with beta in alliterating this line on /w/ (using the exact same variants), Cx agrees with alpha just as emphatically in ignoring the normal alliterative pattern. Russell-Kane emend their C text back to the norm, but that seems pointlessly meliorative. At the very least, the aforementioned variant array (which is fairly typical) suggests a cavalier attitude toward such small metrical issues on the part of the C author. þing  wronge was þe furste .
In witnesse of þisF.3.109: The reading þis is owed to alpha. Beta reads which. þyng / wrong was þe firste.