Hereby presenting an excerpt from the collection Pictures from English Literature (1870) from the essay about Henry Fielding. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by George Du Maurier.
“The squire in his own way grows daily fonder of his daughter, and he keeps her about him as much as possible. So he made her accompany him in the hunting field, and in the evening, when he returned weary, and flung himself in his chair, and lighted his pipe, with his bottle beside him, he would summon Sophia to her harpsichord to play for him, a duty which she discharged with the utmost pleasure.”
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