For sir simonie and her-selfe sealeth the bulles .
For sire Simonye and hir-self · seleþ hir bulles
For syr symonye & hyr-selfe sellenG.4.149: Although the G scribe was clearly aware that single and double consonants could be used to indicate preceding long
and short vowels, his practice in this respect was by no means consistent (see Introduction III.2), and it is therefore possible that, in G's case, the shared G H reading sellen (for most manuscripts seleth="seal") is simply a spelling variant. the buvlles