anyone talking, regarded as an object; myself; a pronoun associated with first person used while the goal and dative case associated with pronoum we
A pronoun of first individual, used only in oblique situations (accusative and dative, classed together as objective), and supplying these situations regarding the pronoun I.
The dative occurs— To express the indirect object: as, give me a drink; bring me that book.
expressing the indirect object in only guide or mention—that is, to carry into the predicate, as an apparent indirect object, the actual topic (the moral dative): a kind of appearance incorporating a certain life or vivacity to colloquial address, and so a well liked use within Shakspere and other Elizabethan dramatists.
Before the impersonal verbs believe and seem, where me is conventionally written with all the verb as you term, as me-thinks (preterit methought), meseems (preterit meseemed).