Mought

(mout)
imp.1.Might.
References in classic literature ?
Why, to speak de troof, massa, him not so berry well as mought be.
It’s my opinion that, had they been left to themselves, there would he no such doings now about the head-waters of the two rivers, and that these hills mought have been kept as good hunting-ground by their right owner, who is not too old to carry a rifle, and whose sight is as true as a fish- hawk hovering—”
The part of Epimetheus mought well become Prometheus, in the case of discontentments: for there is not a better provision against them.