cut-stone work is too large a subject to consider in detail.
This demesne is fenced with a cut-stone wall which we skirted for many miles.
In the cut-stone trade we have an association of stone-cutters and an association of cut-stone contractors.
The handsome façade is elaborately columned in cut-stone, for which only blocks of the most perfect kind were used.
First we cross, in the hollow, Goodwin's creek, the stream which enters the Bay by the cut-stone Jail.
Those cages projected from the battlements of a massive, cut-stone wall.
It stands twenty-three miles from Croton dam, and has cut-stone faces filled between with concrete.
In one or two cases there even remained standing portions of cut-stone walls.
These cut-stone windows and carved doors cost Martin Cosgrave such a length of time that they provoked the patience of the people.