1. When he had undergone that probation, and while he was liable to the Mânatta, he committed an offence--the first Samghâdisesa--which for five days he concealed.
He told, &c. . . . [all that happened, from chapter 1 3 downwards].
They told, &c.
'Let then the Samgha, O Bhikkhus, for that he when he had (&c., as in the first paragraph) throw Udâyi the Bhikkhu back to the commencement of
his probationary term, and impose upon him an inclusive probation (for this and) for the former offence.
'Now thus, O Bhikkhus, [here follow two kammavâkâs, as in the last chapter. 1'