From the bottom of the slope, where the parleys had taken place, came the report of musketry.
Miloradovich, who said he did not want to know anything about the commissariat affairs of his detachment, and could never be found when he was wanted—that chevalier sans peur et sans reproche * as he styled himself—who was fond of parleys with the French, sent envoys demanding their surrender, wasted time, and did not do what he was ordered to do.
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The two countries sent peace negotiators to parley in Paris.
We then called again to the foremost boat, and offered a truce, to parley again, and to know what her business was with us; but had no answer, only she crowded close under our stern.
Daniel Defoe -- The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe