That this is the correct explanation seems to be rendered more likely by the parallel passage Marlowe T 433 Thy selfe and them shall neuer part from me - and perhaps it is also applicable to the following two sentences: Sh Wint I. 2.410 Or both your selfe and me Cry lost I Cres I 3.76 No mightier then thy selfe, or me [N.B. than!], and to the one modern example I have noted: Hewlett Q 446 when yourself and him are in danger.