PRONOUNS, RELATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE. Which, anomalies ofWhich. It is hard to explain the following:
unless which is used for the kindred "whether." In
“A mote will turn the balance which Pyramus which Thisbe is
there is perhaps a confusion between "be it either" and "be it whichever of the two." Perhaps, however, "either" may be taken in its original sense of "one of the two," so that "either which" is "which-one-so-ever of the two."
“My virtue or my plague, be it either which,