Wear a lc ing cuces adrenct, buton am e binnon am arce wron; of am wear eft ge-edstaelod eall middangeard.
Se Hlend cw, "Eadige ge beo onne man eow wyrig, and eower eht, and lc yfel ongean eow sprec leogende for me."
Ne h ne tel h miccle speda we on his lacum aspendon, ac cep mid h micelre gewilnunge we a lc him geoffrion.
He gewt a of worulde wlhreow to helle, and his broor heold s halgan Andreas lc mid micelre arwurnysse, t h twindan moste.
The first forms incident 13 of LC, which then breaks off; this text therefore no longer requires a special column.
LB and LC, which have many points of affinity, are in this incident almost word for word identical.