There is a passage in William's V sonnet that confounds me :
For neuer resting time leads Summer on,
To hidious winter and confounds him there,
Sap checkt with frost and lustie leau's quite gon.
Him is also present in the version of sonnet V with modernized spellings. Why? I was looking for an answer in the Web, but the research I found focuses on "scandalous" aspect of pronouns in William's sonnets.