Coming down the path towards them, they saw a fair-haired boy.
Here also may be seen to-day the exquisite “Fair-haired Boy.”
She sat by the couch of a fair-haired boy, who was that day mortally wounded.
The widow looked eagerly from the dark-haired to the fair-haired boy.
With that love of children that always characterized him, the old hero took upon his knee a fair-haired boy.
The beauty glanced at him, blushed, and returned the fair-haired boy's salutation with a slight bend of the head.
While there, a little rosy, fair-haired boy ran laughing by, as if trying to escape from some one.
Whilst the list was being made out in the office, in came the fair-haired boy, with a ten-pound note in his very hand.
And turning round he saw beside him the blue-eyed, fair-haired boy whose pleasant face had attracted his attention in the school.
It was Simon Kenton, a fair-haired boy of nineteen, with laughing blue eyes that fascinated every beholder.