At the same time both Grimshaw and plater appeared, each bearing a large package securely wrapped in canvas on his shoulder.
You might have guessed, Master Grog, that she never could be a 'plater.'
He could easily spring to it from the upper deck of the Whatnot, as he saw plater and Grimshaw were about to do.
We must talk it over with plater, and come to some decision this very day.
Mr. plater, though on his back, had nearly succeeded in drawing a pistol from his hip pocket.
And after all—she had to admit it ruefully, he was a bit of a plater.
But the witty characterisation of Madame plater holds good of Liszt.
plater, benumbed with cold (it is himself who gives us the account), had drawn off his boots to warm his feet at the watch-fire.
A few words more explained the situation, and, angry as he was, plater did not stop to waste time in idle reproaches just then.
Then he gave vent to the same peculiar whistle with which plater had announced his own approach to the log-hut in the woods.