Readings for line KD.3.30

To loue ȝowL.3.30: LR alone read ȝow; most other B manuscripts have hem. lelli · and lordes to make
To loue ...hemM.3.30: M's revised reading hem puts it into agreement with most B manuscripts. LR read ȝow; Bm reads hym. lelly . and lordes to make .
To louen hem lellie and lordis to make
To begge hem benifices , pluralities to haue
To louen hem lelly . and lordes to make
to louen hem lely · and lordes to make
To loue hem Lealy · and lordes to make
to louven theym leally and lordes to make
To loue hem lelli  & lordis to make
To loue ȝowR.3.30: F and most beta manuscripts show hem here (M has been erased and overwritten to match this majority reading), but L uniquely agrees with R's ȝow. Although two A manuscripts (RaU) agree with the LR reading, it seems clear that Ax supports the F/beta variant. However, the A majority continues in the following line with third-person plural references (RU again dissenting), but a large cluster of fairly reliable B manuscripts (MCOF, as well as the BmBoCot set) all suddenly shift to second-person plural pronouns at this point, coming back into alignment with LR. It appears likely, then, in the light of this attestational pattern, that LR are not randomly agreeing in error but witnessing, at R3.30, what actually appeared in Bx, that the other B copies, by contrast, are merely drifting along with the third-person references established in previous lines of this passage and fail to notice, until the next line, the sudden shift in viewpoint caught here by the two most careful B scribes. lely  and lordes to make .
To loven hem lelly / & Loordis hem to make.