Sarah Fielding Quote

But in all things whether we shall make only a due use of the liberties we have asked, is left entirely to the judicious reader to decide.


The Cry: A New Dramatic Fable (ed. 1754)

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But in all things whether we shall make only a due use of the liberties we have asked, is left entirely to the judicious reader to decide.

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But in all things whether we shall make only a due use of the liberties we have asked, is left entirely to the judicious reader to decide.

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But in all things whether we shall make only a due use of the liberties we have asked, is left entirely to the judicious reader to decide.

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But in all things whether we shall make only a due use of the liberties we have asked, is left entirely to the judicious reader to decide.