1 I will tell you of my little plans when we meet.
2 That, so far, his plans were successful we know.
3 There are days for us, in which we can make ready our plan.
4 We should have ready some plan of attack, so that we may throw away no chance.
5 Now men, to our Council of War; for, here and now, we must plan what each and all shall do.
6 So far as I can see, my only plan will be to keep my knowledge and my fears to myself, and my eyes open.
7 Lucy is to be married in the autumn, and she is already planning out her dresses and how her house is to be arranged.
8 It was a pity that we had not some better organised plan of attack, for even at the moment I wondered what we were to do.
9 I shall entreat two others, two that you know not as yet; and I shall be ready to all our work show and our plans unfold.
10 When I came in he cleared the books and papers from the table; and with him I went into plans and deeds and figures of all sorts.
11 With a swift glance around the room, he at once laid out our plan of attack, and, without speaking a word, with a gesture, placed us each in position.
12 The rest of us have already read everything; so when we meet in the study we shall all be informed as to facts, and can arrange our plan of battle with this terrible and mysterious enemy.
13 In all our hunting parties and adventures in different parts of the world, Quincey Morris had always been the one to arrange the plan of action, and Arthur and I had been accustomed to obey him implicitly.
14 To this plan I strenuously objected, and so far as my going was concerned, for I said that I intended to stay and protect Mina, I thought that my mind was made up on the subject; but Mina would not listen to my objection.