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bathing at nearly all stages of the tide. _ Pcmnacn-
mawr Mountain
(the northern terminating point of
the Snowdon range), in SW. vicinity
of sta., has an
alt. of 1553 ft.; on its summit is
Dinas Penmaen, or
Braich-y-Dinas, an ancient British fort, capable of
holding 20,000 men.

Penmark, par. and vil., Glamorgan—par., 3360 ac.
and 183 tidal water and foreshore, pop. 480; vil.,
miles SE. of Cowbridge; P.O.; has ruins of Penmark
destroyed by Owen Glendower.

Peninon, coast par., Anglesey, on NE. side and
partly in bor. of Beaumaris, 1052 ac. land and 6128
water, pop. 242 ; contains the ruins of
Penmen Priory
(6th century).

Penmorfa, par. and vil., Carnarvonshire, in S. of
co., 1 mile W. of Tremadoc, 10,157 ac., pop. 1225.

Fcnmyarth, seat, near Crickhowell, Brecknockshire.

Penmynydd, par. and vil., Anglesey, in SE. of co.—
par., 3153 ac., pop. 406; vil., 4 miles E. of Llangefni ;
Plas Penmynydd was the birthplace and resi-
dence of Owen Tudor, grandfather of Henry VII.

Penn.—par. and vil., Bucks, in SE. of co., 4 miles
SW. of Amersham, 3992 ac., pop. 1100; P.O., T.o.;
near the vil. is
Penn House, seat.—2. Penn, par. and
vil., Staffordshire, 2 miles SW. of Wolverhampton,
3986 ac., pop. 2804; P.O.; mfr. of hardware is carried
on; near the vil. is
Penn House, seat; the par. con-
sists of 2 townships—
Lower Penn, pop. 335; and
Upper Penn, pop. 2469.

Penn Fields, eccl. dist., Penn par., Staffordshire,
pop. 1608; P.O.

Penn Hill, Dorset. See Pillesdon Pen.

Penn Street, vil., Penn par., and eccl. dist., partly
also in Little Missenden par., Bucks—dist., pop. 692 ;
vil., 3 miles W. of Amersham ; P.O.

Pennagie Island, one of the Scilly Islands, lying
NW. of St Martin’s.

Pennal, par. and vil., Merioneth—par., 7461 ac.,
pop. 667; vil., 3 miles W. of Machynlleth; P.O.

Penn an, fishing vil., Aberdour par., Aberdeenshire,
3% miles NW. of New Aberdour.

Pennant.—hamlet, Eglwysfach par., Denbighshire,
4 miles N. of Llanrwst.—2. Pennant, hamlet, Llany-
mowddwy par., Merioneth, 4 miles NE. of Dinas
Mowddwy.—3. Pennant, vil., Montgomeryshire, and
par., partly also in Denbighshire—par., 5000 ac., pop.
746; the vil. is 9% miles NW. of Llanfyllin. — 4.
Pennant, hamlet, Llanbrynmair par., Montgomery-
shire, 9% miles NW. of Llanidloes.—5. Pennant, ham-
let, Llanfihangel Beguildy par., Radnorshire, on river
Teme, 4 miles NW. of Knighton.

Pennard.—par., Glamorgan, in Gower Peninsula,
2855 ac., pop. 269; on E. side of Oxwich Bay, 8 miles
SW. of Swansea, stands
Pennard Castle, a ruined
fortress (12th century).—
2. Pennard, ry. sta., Somer-
set, 7 miles NE. of Glastonbury; in vicinity is
seat. See Pennard, East, and Pennard, West.

Pennard, East, par. and vil., Somerset—par., 2829
ac., pop. 608 ; vil., 2% miles SE. of Pennard sta. and 7
miles E. of Glastonbury; P.O.

Pennard, West, par. and vil., Somerset—par., 3063
ac., pop. 749 ; vil., 1% mile S. of Pennard sta.; P.O.

Pennenden Ilealti, common, Kent, l% mile NE. of
Maidstone; it is, and has been from ancient times, a
place of great gatherings, and has a county hall.

Pennersax, ancient par., now in Middlebie par., SE.

Pennlck, hamlet, Auldearn par., Nairnshire, 4 miles
SE. of Nairn; the deans of Moray formerly resided here.

Penninghame, par., NE. Wigtownshire, on river
Cree, 33,448 ac., pop. 3940; contains the police burgh
of Newton Stewart, 4 miles NW. of which is the seat of
Penninghame Honse.

Pennington.—eccl. dist. and vil., Milford par.,
Hants—dist., pop. 791; the vil. is 1% mile NW. of
Lymington; in vicinity is Pennington House, seat.—

2. Peuulugtou, par., N. Lancashire, 1% mile SW. of
Ulverston, 2845 ac., pop. 1698; P.O.; mining is carried
on.—3. Pennington, township and ry. sta., Leigh
par., SW. Lancashire, wholly in town of Leigh, and 1%
mile S. of West Leigh sta., 1483 ac., pop. 6640.

Pennington Green, vil., in par. and 3 miles NE. of
Wigan, SAV. Lancashire.

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