PRONOUNS, PERSONAL. Our, your, &c., used for "of us," "of you"Your, our, their, &c., are often used in their old signification, as genitives, where we should use "of you," &c.
i.e. "at the choice of you alone."
“We render you (Coriolanus) the tenth to be ta'en forth
At . . . your only choice.
i.e. "to the lamentation of us all."
“To all our lamentation.
i.e. "letters from them all."
“Have I not all their letters to meet me in arms?