Now if this party is such as may please one, we hope you'll receive them, for here we must leave the, wishing you all the good things of the season.
It's from the 19th-century children's poem called King Luckieboy's Party by Walter Crane. For me, it looks grammatically strange to put 'may' after 'such as'. How come it is possible and how can I interpret this part?
I leave the internet source of this poem here. https://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086956/00001/28x