History was all about those men and what they did and that was what Peter Parley’s Tales about Greece and Rome were all about.
Peter Parley himself was on the first page in a picture.
There was a road over a heath with grass at the side and little bushes: and Peter Parley had a broad hat like a protestant minister and a big stick and he was walking fast along the road to Greece and Rome.
They parleyed in shouts across the still air about a game of billiards to be played in the Adelphi hotel.
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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