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CONJUNCTIONS. As for "which"

As, owing to its relatival signification, is sometimes loosely used for "which." This is still usual with us, but rarely except when preceded by "such" or "the same."

“That gentleness as I was wont to have.

“Under these hard conditions as this time
Is like to lay upon us.

This is still common in provincial language. See 280.

As is used for "where" in

“Here as I point my sword the sun arises.

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