To-morrow's plack Imp's Night, de fery night de vitch-villow's able to findt de moneys.
I wad gie twa and a plack, Sir, to ony man that could prove that to me; na, bluid winna hide.
Betty, with great assurance, reproved the printer's devil for touching such lace with his plack fingers.
And so Ware's dead—died a worse death than the hangman's; and died not worth a plack, as I always knew he would.
You can neffer make a whide man oud of a plack man, if you wash him mid all der zoap in der world.
plack, plak, n. a small copper coin formerly current in Scotland, equal in value to the third part of an English penny.
Not a yard of land have I, nor look to have: nor one penny in my plack, further than what I earn.
Will they not give us a letter of cursing for a plack, to last for a year, to curse all that look over our dyke?
Jean Fulton was his grandmother too, and he said that one day, when she met him, she took his little round hat and plack from him.
I hope dot der suberstitious feller meeds oop mit a plack cat or somet'ing, so dot you ged his chob, Matt.