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PRONOUNS, PERSONAL. Him, her, &c., for "himself," "herself"

Him, her, me, them, &c. are often used in Elizabethan, and still more often in Early English, for himself, herself, &c.

“How she opposes her (sets herself) against my will.

“My heart hath one poor string to stay it by.

“And so I say I'll cut the causes off
Flattering me with impossibilities.

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