Are the following expressions in bold still relevant?
"made good spare of"
But then againe ther arose Strong and Great Windes from the South, with a Point East ; which carried us up, (for all that we could doe) towards the North : By which time our Victualls failed us, though we had made good spare of them. So that finding ourselves, in the Midst of the greatest Wildernesse of Waters in the World, without Victuall, we gave our Selves for lost Men, and prepared for Death.
— Francis Bacon, New Atlantis (1627)
"can make choice of"
Kent. I thought the king had more affected the Duke of Albany than Cornwall.
Glo. It did always seem so to us; but now, in the division of the kingdom, it appears not which of the dukes he values most, for equalities are so weighed that curiosity in neither can make choice of either's moiety.
— William Shakespeare, King Lear (1606)
Have they already fallen into expiry?