Readings for line KD.20.151

And culle alle erthely creatureL.20.150: LYR alone have the singular form creature; all other B manuscripts have the plural. · saue conscience one
And kulle alle erþely creaturesM.20.150: M's original reading creature agreed with YLR. All other B manuscripts attest the plural. . saue conscience oone .
And kyll all earthely creatures , saue conscience onely
And kille alle erþely creatures . saue conscience oone
and kylle alle erþly creatures · saue conscyence one ·
And kylle alle erthely creatures · saue conscience oon
& kyll all yerthely creatouvrs / sauve conscyence alone
And kille alle erþeli creaturis  saue concience one
And calleR.20.125: For alpha's calle, beta reads either kille (the lection found in WCrCO) or, more likely, culle (the reading of LM). The latter reading is also that of the C version. All three choices are textually and theologically viable, but the agreement of LM with C probably indicates the authorial original. alle erthly creature  saue consience one 
& calleF.16.151: Alpha is responsible for calle. Beta and C witnesses have kille. alle erlyF.16.151: erly, "earthly." The scribe elsewhere writes erthely (4.201, 15.96), and his usual nominal form is erthe. The spelling erly appears also at 7.413 and 11.190. creatures / save conscience oone.