Violet conquered, and his cold heart Warmed with music, love, and light; And his fair
home, once so dreary, Gay with lovely Elves and flowers, Brought a joy that never faded Through the long bright summer hours.
But the men of the city would not yet consent, and armed themselves for a surprise; their wives and little children kept guard upon the walls, and with them were the men who were past fighting through age; but the others sallied forth with Mars and Pallas Minerva at their head-- both of them wrought in gold and clad in golden raiment, great and fair with their armour as befitting gods, while they that followed were smaller.
He wrought also a fair fallow field, large and thrice ploughed already.
Tracts of land and golden mansions, situate in the Celestial City, were often exchanged, at very disadvantageous rates, for a few years' lease of small, dismal, inconvenient tenements in Vanity Fair.
I am merely a sojourner here in Vanity Fair, being bound to the Celestial City by the new railroad.
Nevertheless, the fair
Fleur-de-Lys's was a charming and noble service, and such it had formerly appeared to him; but the captain had gradually become blase'; the prospect of a speedy marriage cooled him more every day.
At this all laughed aloud, and one said, "Well boasted, thou fair
infant, well boasted
It was put an end to by the fair
gentleman, in his own pleasant way.
She was well, my fair
lord, and sent her service and greetings to you.
Havelok lived with the fisherman, and grew great and fair
This accident was the arrival of a coach and four; upon which my landlord and landlady immediately desisted from fighting, and at their entreaty obtained the same favour of their antagonists: but Susan was not so kind to Partridge; for that Amazonian fair
having overthrown and bestrid her enemy, was now cuffing him lustily with both her hands, without any regard to his request of a cessation of arms, or to those loud exclamations of murder which he roared forth.
I have no other moral than this to tag to the present story of "Vanity Fair