peltry bonds, once worth their weight in gold, had dropped to nothing.
Mabel was urgent with her sister to join the party at peltry when Urquhart was there.
On the following day Pont-Gravé and Chauvin did some trading in peltry.
The taboo, strictly speaking, only appears where the peltry is absent.
After his reason comes back to him again, when he gets up and finds where he is, he asks for his peltry.
But under your good allowance, Mistress Alvena, what is ‘peltry’?
After his reason comes back to him, when he gets up and finds where he is, he asks for his peltry.
The iron of the Chinese, as I have had occasion to observe, is remarkably bad, and all their articles of peltry are imported.
The merchants were keener on the peltry trade than on the civilization of the country.
The main support of the colony, trade in peltry, was bad at Quebec.