In the present passage reed is a sb.; 'And Mars gave redness to her crown.'
If sarsinesshe can be taken as a sb., it may refer to sarsnet.
I bid for him for bail; mainprise being a sb., and him a dative case.
Morris explains traunce here as a sb., which seems impossible.
Ferde or ferd is tolerably common as a sb., but some scribes hardly understood it.