IRREGULARITIES. Nominative implied from participial phrasesImplied nominative from participial phrases. Sometimes a nominative has to be extracted ungrammatically from the meaning of a sentence. This is often the case in participial phrases:
i.e. "my having been beaten."
“Beaten for loyalty
Excited me to treason.
i.e. "the fact that the king aims makes him to send."
“The king of his own virtuous disposition,
Aiming belike at your interior hatred,
Which in your outward actions shews itself,
Makes him to send.