It is only your most accomplished sharper that ever plays 'cartes sur table.'
Who knoweth not that it is true which the new philosopher saith: Cartes.
But a gentleman's quarrel ower the cartes or a wench—that's a different tale.
I have never seen you fence, and Bauer's cartes are famous.'
The Cartes that are appoincted to carrie the like instrumentes.
The constables many times be fayn to take horses oute of plowes and cartes.
But Wat, dear Wat, will you not put off your gay apparelling and take a night at the cartes with us at home.
His cartes de visite—no, I beg pardon, his caravans de visite—are numerous and varied.
The Cartes Taride are a remarkable and useful series, covering France in twenty-five sheets, at a franc per sheet.
The cartes in the hotel announced "Water used in this room is boiled and filtered."