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Pentonville, eccl. dist., Clerkenwell par., Middle-
sex, in N. of London, pop. 8511.

I’entonville (or Model) Prison, Islington par.,
Middlesex, in N. of London, near the Cattle Market;
has 1000 cells.

Pcntracth, par. and vil., Anglesey, in E. of co.—
par., 2983 ac. land and 1030 water, pop. 824; vil., 5
miles AV. of Beaumaris; P.O.

Pent re.1—vil., Llanfihangel-Abercowin par., Car-
marthenshire, in SW. of co., 2 miles N. of Laugharne.
—2. Pentre, vil., in co. and 34 miles SE. of Denbigh.
—3. Pentre, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles E. of Hawar-
den, Flintshire.—4. Pentre, vil., near Ystrad sta.,
; p.o.,t.o., 2 Banks.—5. Pentre,seat, Mon-
mouthshire, in NW. of co., 1 m. NAY. of Abergavenny.

Pentre Brunant, vil., Cardiganshire, in NE. of co.,
on river Ystwith, 15 miles SE. of Aberystwith ; P.O.

Pentre C'ader, in co. and 6 m. SE. of Denbigh; P.O.

Pentre Gelyn, vil., on border of Flintshire and
Denbighshire, 4 miles NE. of Ruthin; P.O.

Pentre Mawr, seat, in N. vicinity of Abergele,

Pentrebacli, eccl. dist., Merthyr Tydfil par., Gla-
morgan, pop. 8485.

Fentrebychan, seat, 3 miles SAV. of AVrexham,

Pcntreclwyda, hamlet, in Yale of Neath, Gla-
morgan, 8 miles NE. of Neath.

Fcntredwr,4 m.from Llangollen, Denbighshire ; P.O.

Pentrefelin.—vil., Llywell par., in co. and 12 miles
AV". of Brecknock.—2. Pentrefelin, vil., 3 miles NE.
of Criccieth, Carnarvonshire ; P.O.

Pcntrcpant, seat, on NAY. border of Shropshire, 2
miles N. of Oswestry.

Pentrevoelas, par. and vil., Flintshire—par., 10,747
ac., pop. 487 ; vil., 9 miles SE. of Llanrwst; P.O.

Pentrich, par., township, and vil., Derbyshire—
par. (containing Ripley town), 4071 ac., pop. 8185; town-
ship, 1883 ac.,pop. 887 ; vil., 2gm. SAV. of Alfreton; P.O.

Pentrldge, par. and vil., Dorset, in NE. of co., 34
miles NAY. of Cranborne, 1764 ac., pop. 234.

Pentrwyn, NE. part of Great Ormes Head, on N.
coast of Carnarvonshire.

Penty Paris, seat, 5 miles NE. of Haverfordwest,

Pentyeh, vil., Kilrhedin par., Carmarthenshire, 4
miles SW. of Newcastle Emlyn.

Fentyrcli, par. and vil., Glamorgan, 7 miles NW.
of Cardiff, 3939 ac., pop. 2102 ; P.O.; has large iron-
works and collieries.

Fenwarne, hamlet, Mevagissey par., Cornwall, 4
miles S. of St Austell.

Fenvverrls, eccl. dist., Budock par., Cornwall, partly
within the parl. bor. of Penryn and Falmouth, pop. 918.

Penwitli, hundred, in extreme AV. of Cornwall,
99,434 ac., pop. 72,146; contains 27 pars., and consists
of 2 divisions—East Division, 44,497 ac., pop. 44,458;
AYest Division, 54,937 ac., pop. 27,688.

Penwortham, par. and township, N. Lancashire, on
r. Ribble, on SW. side of Preston—par., 11,288 ac. (1326
water), pop. 5553; township, 2271 ac., pop. 1642; P.O.
Penwortham Hall, Pcnvvorthaiu Lodge, and Pen-
worthain Priory, are seats. Part of Penwortham will
be added to the borough of Preston on June 1, 1889.

Penwylit, ry. sta., Brecknockshire, 3 miles N. of
Colbren Junction; P.O.

Penyard Castle, ruined mansion, 14 mile SE. of
Ross, Herefordshire.

Pen-y-Benglog, house, at Llyn Ogwen, Carnarvon-
shire, 5 miles NW. of Capel Curig; is a point in the
ascent of Nant Ffrancon.

Fenybont. — vil., Llandisilio-Gogo par., Cardigan-
shire, 74 miles SW. of Aberayron.—2. Penybont, vil.
with ry. sta., Llanbadarnfawr par., Radnorshire, on
river Ithon, 94 miles NE. of Builth Road sta.; P.O.,
t.o., 1 Bank; in vicinity are Penybont Court and
Penybont Hall, seats.

Penybont Fawr, hamlet, Pennant par., Montgomery-
shire, on river Vyrnwy, 8 miles SAY. of Llanfyllin ; P.O.

Pen-y-Bryn, hill, Carnarvonshire, 1 mile SAY. of
Penmachno vil.

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