point of time

See: date, period, phase
References in classic literature ?
Such things are said to be simultaneous in point of time.
It is a dream that I dream often, and in point of time the real event must have occurred during the period of my living in the high, inaccessible cave.
For hereby Flask's dinner was badly jammed in point of time.
This growing fondness for her memory coincided in point of time with her residence at Flintcomb-Ash, but it was before she had felt herself at liberty to trouble him with a word about her circumstances or her feelings.
I said, "Now, don't consider Em'ly nailed down in point of time, at all.
Of certain phenomena, one never occurs without another, which is dissimilar: the first in point of time we call cause, the second, effect.
Hence we are led to place the Dialogue at some point of time later than the Protagoras, and earlier than the Phaedrus and Gorgias.
Mnemic homophony gives us, without the addition of other processes of thought, a picture of our friend X which is in a certain sense abstract, not the concrete in any one situation, but X cut loose from any particular point of time.
The true story of the broken marriage engagement comes first in point of time, and must therefore take the first place in the present narrative.
During the Revolution, the Pyncheon of that epoch, adopting the royal side, became a refugee; but repented, and made his reappearance, just at the point of time to preserve the House of the Seven Gables from confiscation.