A Quaker, Mr. Vaux, is at the head of several public institutions in Philadelphia.
That, then, is as much as to refuse, because the dress is wanted for the fete at Vaux.
Later came a fight for the possession of a hill known as 204, situated between Vaux and the Bois de la Roche.
You shall have them the day after the king's entree into Vaux.
It was early in the morning when I started for Vaux Abbey across the moorland road.
I have a tertian fever, which seized me after the fete at Vaux.
The battle continued in the village and in front of Vaux Fort, strongly held by the French.
The fact is, monseigneur, that hospitality was never practiced as at Vaux.
He sat there in the morning of the Biddington-De Vaux wedding feeling rather bored.
In Vaux's Memoirs we find much to lead us to this conclusion.