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Pemlragon Castle, ruined fortress, Kirkby Stephen
par., Westmorland, on river Eden, near SE. border of
co:, 4 miles S. of Kirkby Stephen; was founded in the
time of Yortigern, and finally dismantled in 1681.

Pendrea, seat, Cornwall, in SW. of co., near Madron.

Pendyffrin, seat, on N. coast of Carnarvonshire, 2
miles W. of Conway.

Penegoes, par. and vil., in W. of Montgomeryshire,
lg mile E. of Machynlleth, 8085 ac., pop. 982.

Penelthan Court, seat, 5 m. SW. of Ross, Hereford.

Pcnfford, 3 m. from Narberth sta., Pembroke; P.O.

Penfro, hamlet, Caerhun par., Carnarvonshire, in
NE. of co., 4 miles S. of Conway.

Pengam, ry. sta., on E. border of Glamorgan, lg mile
S. of Bargoed sta. and 17 miles NW. of Newport by
rail; P.O.

Pengarn, vil., Lanfihangel-Geneur-Glynn par., Car-
diganshire, 3 miles NE. of Aberystwith.

Penge, township and ry. sta., Battersea par., Surrey,
in Dulwich division of Camberwell, 770 ac., pop. 18,650;
the sta. is 6 miles S. of London Bridge Station.

Penge Lane, eccl. dist., Beckenham par., Kent,
pop. 4224.

Pengelly, vil., near W. coast of Cornwall, 2 miles
W. of Camelford.

Pengerswic, ruined fortress, on S. coast of Cornwall,
3 miles W. of Helston; consists of two embattled
towers, and was erected in the reign of Henry VIII.

Pengetliley, seat, 5 m. NW. of Ross, Herefordshire.

Fengornislog, hamlet, in S. of Anglesey, 3 miles
N. of Aberffraw.

Pengrcep, seat, 3 miles NW. of Penryn, Cornwall.

Pengrugla, hamlet, St Ewe par., Cornwall, 3 miles
SW. of St Austell.

Pengwern, seat of Lord Mostyn, 2 miles NW. of
St Asaph, Flintshire.

Pengweryn, hill, Denbighshire, 6 miles SE. of

Penhale, seat, 6 miles SE. of Helston, Cornwall.

Penhallow, hamlet, 5 m. NW. of Truro, Cornwall.

Penkelig, mountain ridge, Carnarvonshire, connect-
ing Carnedd Llewelyn with Penllithrig, alt. 2850 ft.

Fenheolgerrlg, 1 mile from Merthyr-Tydfil, Gla-
morgan ; P.O.

Penltill Beacon, gritstone eminence, North-Riding
Yorkshire, in Wensleydale, 5 miles W. of Middleham,
alt. 1685 ft.

Pentiow, par. and vil., Monmouthshire, in SE. of
co.—par., 1784 ac., pop. 245; vil., 74 miles NE. of
Newport; P.O.

Penhurst, par., Sussex, 3J miles NW. of Battle,
1455 ac., pop. 106.

Penlarth House, seat, 4 m. NE. of Towyn, Merioneth.

Penicuik, town, police burgh, and par., in S. of Edin-
burghshire, on river North Esk, 10 miles by road and
15f miles by rail S. of Edinburgh—par., 18,880 ac., pop.
5309; police burgh, pop. 3051; town, pop. 3793; P.O.,
T.o., 1 Bank. The town and police burgh extend into
Lasswade par. Penicuik has extensive papermills, two
sawmills, and an iron foundry; coal, shale, and iron-
stone are worked in the neighbourhood; Penicuik
House, seat, is 1J mile to the SW.

Penlel Chapel, in co. and 3 m. from Denbigh; p.o.

Penlelheugh, eminence, Crailing par., Roxburgh-
4b miles NE. of Jedburgh, alt. 774 ft.; is crowned
by the Waterloo Column (150 ft. high), erected by the
Marquis of Lothian and his tenantry in 1815; there are
vestiges of two Roman camps'.

Peninnis (“the head of the isles”), pile of granitic
rocks, on S. side of St Mary’s, Scilly Islands.

Feninver, school, Campbeltown par., Argyllshire.

Penlsarwain, vil., Llanddeiniolen par., Carnarvon-
shire, 4 miles S. of Bangor; p.o.

Penlstone, market town, par., and township with ry.
sta., S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on river Don, 124
miles NW. of Sheffield and 170 miles NW. of London—
par., 22,776 ac., pop. 9094; town and township, 1133
ac., pop. 2254; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank. Market-day,
There are large steel works, steam sawmills, and
a brewery. Stone quarries and collieries are in the
neighbourhood. Formerly the town had some trade in
woollen goods, but the industry has disappeared. A
stone viaduct, with 29 arches and 76 ft. in height, passes
through the estate of Water Hall; it is on the line of
the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway.


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