Readings for line KD.3.102

And ofsent hir alswythe · with seriauntes manye
And of-sen..te hire alsswytheals swythe  with sergeauntz manye
And sent for her aa[s] swith with sargeantes manie
And ofsente hire as swiþe . wiþ sergeauntz manye
and of-sente hire also blythe · wyth sergeauntes manye
And of-sente hir as swithe · with sergeantes manye
and dyd seeche hyr swythe wyth sergeantes many
And ofsente hir als swyþe  wiþ sergeauntis manye
And ofsent hire alswitheR.3.94: Only L (= alswythe) and M (= alsswythe) agree precisely with R in attesting this exact phrase and writing it as a single word (cf. manuscript O = als wythe, WC = as swiþe, and F = swyþe). However, both OED2 s. v. alswith and MED in a quotation from the early fourteenth-century King Alexander s. v. certe and smert(e), attest the phrase's occurrence in this merged form in the fourteenth century, the former in Kyng Alisaunder (He þonked Kyng Alisaundre þerof, certe, And starf alswiþe, wiþouten smerte) and the latter in Barbour's Bruce (His ansuer he tald alswith VIII. 153). The same a-verse occurs in the A version, where the archetypal reading appears to be that found in manuscripts WC of B, but one of the oldest of the A copies, Vernon, merges the words, reading aswiþe. The LMR form is likely to be that of Bx.  with seriantes manye .
& sente after hire swyþe / with sergauntys manye.