IRREGULARITIES. Confusion of two constructions with whomConfusion of two constructions with "whom."
“Young Ferdinand whom they suppose is drown'd.
“Of Arthur whom they say is killed to-night.
So in St. Matt. xvi. 13, all the versions except Wickliffe's have "Whom do men say that I, the son of man, am?" Wickliffe has "Whom seien men to be mannes sone?" The last passage explains the idiom. It is a confusion of two constructions, e.g. "Ferdinand who, they suppose, is drowned," and "whom they suppose to be drowned."
“The nobility . . . whom we see have sided.