At plock, Kosmaroff could learn nothing, for nothing was known there.
plock is a large town on the right bank of the Vistula, seventy-three versts from Novogeorgevsk.
Hearing of an inn kept by a person of the name of plock, I went there, and had the fortune not to meet with any emigrants.
Nevertheless, Kosmaroff made the passage to the mainland before mid-day, and set off on foot to plock.
We shall soon come to some large islands on this side of plock.
I will dine at college with Professor plock, who is to visit us today.