VERBS, MOODS OF:-- SUBJUNCTIVE: after verbs of commandThe Subjunctive after verbs of command and entreaty is especially common; naturally, since command implies a purpose.
“I conjure thee that thou declare.” Ib. i. 2. 402. So M. for M. v. 1. 50.
“We enjoin thee that thou carry.
“Tell him from me
He bear himself with honourable action.
So after "forbid."
“Thy dukedom I resign, and do entreat
Thou pardon me my wrongs.
Sometimes an auxiliary is used:
“Fortune forbid my outside have not charmed her.
Hence in such passages as
“I do beseech your majesty may salve.
the verb is to be considered as in the subjunctive. After a past tense "should" is used:
“Go charge my goblins that they grind their joints,
“She bade me . . . I should teach him.