A curve of yellow sand, with here and there a Martello tower, marked the coast-line.
This is called a Martello tower, but I could not learn who built it.
Out of the old Spanish Martello tower on the hill, a few Indian prisoners looked down on the animated street below.
His poetry stands like a Martello tower by the side of his subject.
The Martello tower was introduced in consequence of an incident of the French revolutionary wars.
With bolted handcuffs and leg shackles they were shut up in the old Spanish Martello tower.
Magdalen drew her hand from the captain's arm, and led the way to the mound of the Martello tower.
It was just as they passed the third Martello tower that her hand crept under his arm.
It looked, as Fleming the gunner remarked, “like a Martello tower adrift.”
For this sack of the Martello tower was not the first successful raid for arms which the Fenians had made in that neighbourhood.