Stony Point having been recently strengthened by the British was now the most important.
On the other side of his chimney Charley hung a print of the storming of Stony Point.
Washington did not, of course, intend to hold Stony Point, for the enemy could besiege it by land and by water.
But—Mrs. Macomber—we were going to Stony Point this afternoon!
James Gibbon, the hero of Stony Point, died at Richmond, where for several years he had been collector of customs.
The only British soldier to escape from Stony Point was a captain.
Andr, embarking in the boat with Smith, was silently rowed to the western side of the river, about six miles below Stony Point.
He knew little of his ancestors except that his father's grandfather was a humble private soldier at the storming of Stony Point.
The point of this instrument was broken off in the wall of the fort at Stony Point, when in the body of a British soldier.
"She's comin' right in on the Stony Point sou'east o' the bay," cried Captain Lane.