I dont see the necessity of it (Je nen vois pas la nécessité).
In reply to the Abbé des Fontaines, who was brought before him for publishing libels, and who apologized for them by saying, After all, monseigneur, I must live (Après tout, il faut bien que je vive).VOLTAIRE, uvres Complètes, XLVIII. 99. Attributed by Hénault (Mémoires, 4) to Count dArgental, censor of books.
Mme. dArgenson, being asked which of two brothers she preferred, replied, When I am with one, I prefer the other (Quand je suis avec lun, jaime mieux lautre).