IRREGULARITIES. Double prepositionDouble Preposition. Where the verb is at some distance from the preposition with which it is connected, the preposition is frequently repeated for the sake of clearness.
“For in what case shall wretched I be in.” DANIEL.
“And generally in all shapes that man goes up and down in,
from fourscore to thirteen, this spirit walks in.
“But on us both did haggish age steal on.
“The scene wherein we play in.
“In what enormity is Marcius poor in?
“To what form but that he is, should wit larded with malice, and
malice forced with wit, turn him to?