PRONOUNS, PERSONAL. Him for he; I for meHim for he. Him is often put for "he," by attraction to "whom" understood, for "he whom."
“Him (he whom) I accuse
By this the city ports hath enter'd.
“Ay, better than him (he whom) I am before knows me.
“When him (whom) we serve's away.
Sometimes the relative is expressed:
“Your party in converse, him (whom) you would sound,
He closes with you, &c.
Sometimes he is omitted:
“His brother and yours abide distracted--but chiefly him that
you term'd Gonzalo.
“Whom I serve above is my master.
“To (him to) whom it must be done.
perhaps let, or some such word, was implied.
“Damn'd be him,