Some of the cut stone was apparently brought from the vicinity of Fort Frontenac, now Kingston, across the lake.
Their cut stone and iron went to the making of fort and cannon.
The walls rose almost like cut stone and were apparently about three hundred feet high.
Many of the walls were of cut stone, and some were plastered and adorned with paintings.
Near him, in the wall, was a gateway, protected by a tower of cut stone.
At Tipon there is a nicely constructed fountain of cut stone.
For some years the cut stone has also been sent to Negapatam for the fortifications.
Loughlinter was all of cut stone, but the stones had been cut only yesterday.
It is true, a great portion of the walls is of cut stone; but this is the idea which the whole conveys to the spectator.
He thanked the diamond merchant for his kindness, and arranged to have the cut stone set in a pin for Miss Nestor.