He professed to be able to reach them by a strait which he could find somewhere to the south of the La Plata.
The best-known is the oven-bird of La Plata—the casara, or house-maker, of the Spaniards.
Until about fifty years ago, it was the metropolis of the La Plata watershed.
The case seems to me much stronger between La Plata and Spain.
In a specimen from La Plata, this organ ended rather more abruptly in a point than it did in other specimens.
When they arrived at the mouth of La Plata their most serious work began.
Name, &c.—This country received its name, at first, from the name of its great river La Plata.
We see the buildings of La Plata, once intended to be the capital of the country.
The liberator of La Plata and five of his colleagues were thereupon shot.
At some future day this must be one of the richest countries of La Plata.