4 The same day a customer came in, and the shoes suited him so well that he willingly paid a price higher than usual for them; and the poor shoemaker, with the money, bought leather enough to make two pairs more.
Grimms' Fairy TalesBy Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm ContextHighlight In THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER
5 They lived on this as long as it lasted; and then her husband bought a fresh lot of ware, and she sat herself down with it in the corner of the market; but a drunken soldier soon came by, and rode his horse against her stall, and broke all her goods into a thousand pieces.
Grimms' Fairy TalesBy Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm ContextHighlight In KING GRISLY-BEARD
6 And when the time came for him to go home, he had bought pearls and jewels for the two eldest, but he had sought everywhere in vain for the rose; and when he went into any garden and asked for such a thing, the people laughed at him, and asked him whether he thought roses grew in snow.
Grimms' Fairy TalesBy Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm ContextHighlight In LILY AND THE LION
7 Then he bought for the first two the fine clothes and pearls and diamonds they had asked for: and on his way home, as he rode through a green copse, a hazel twig brushed against him, and almost pushed off his hat: so he broke it off and brought it away; and when he got home he gave it to his daughter.