I haue no tome to telle . þe ta..yle ...þat hem folwȝ..edM.2.188: M's altered reading folwed agrees with WH. All other B manuscripts record present tense.
I haue no tyme to tel the taile that here foloweth
¶ I haue no tome to telle . þe tail þat hire folwedW.2.188: Following this line, all B manuscripts except WCr1GHm have the line: Of many maner man . þat on þis molde libbeth (in the spelling of L).
¶ I haue no tome to telle the tayle that hem folowythHm.2.186: Cr1WHmG omit a line found in the other B manuscripts, given here in the reading of L: Of many maner man þat on þis molde libbeth. This could have been caused by eye skip from the last three letters of KD2.186 to KD2.187: eth.
¶ I haue no tome to telle · þe taylle þat hem folweth
I hauve no tome to tell you the talylle that hyr folowytheG.3.188: G Cr1 W Hm omit a line here ("Of many maner man þat on þis molde libbeth").