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For I by ryght must nedys enhaunce [text reads “enhauncce”]
And then began he to think of the establishment of his order, and of what office it might be for to go and preach through the world, and for to enhaunce the christian faith against the heretics.
4.10.10: Ye pluck down right: ye doe enhaunce the wrong.