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Pennon, hamlet, Llancarvan par., Glamorgan, 6 miles
SE. of Cowbridge.

Pennoyre, seat, in co. and 2% m. NW. of Brecknock.

Penns, ry. sta., in NW. of Warwickshire, 2% miles
SE. of Sutton Coldfield sta.; in vicinity is

Pennsylvania Castle, mansion, Portland Isle,
Dorset; was built by John Penn (a descendant of
William Penn) while lieutenant of Portland.

Penny bridge, vil., Ulverston par., N. Lancashire,
on river Crake, 4 miles NE. of Ulverston.

Pennycross (or Weston Peverell), township, Ply-
mouth St Andrew par., Devon, 2 miles NW. of Ply-
mouth, 1252 ac., pop. 509.

Pennycross, seat, Kilfinichen and Kilvickeon par.,
Mull isl., Argyll, on Carsaig Bay, 4 m. SE. of Pennyghael.

Pennycuik, Edinburghshire. See Penicuik.

Pennyghael, seat and hamlet, Kilfinichen and Kil-
vickeon par., Mull island, Argyllshire, on Loch Scridain,
24 miles SW. of Oban; P.O., T.o.

Pennymoor, hamlet, Cruwys-Morchard par., Devon,
6 miles W. of Tiverton; P.O.

Pennymuir, place with inn, Oxnam par., Rox-
burghshire, 9 miles SE. of Jedburgh; an annual fair is
held here.

Pennypound, on Sedgemoor, Somerset, 4 miles SE.
of Bridgwater ; here Fairfax encamped after the battle
of Langport (1645), and the Duke of Monmouth was
defeated (1685) by the Earl of Feversham.

Pennyworllod Hall, seat, in co. and 2% miles SE.
of Brecknock.

Penolver Head, bold headland, on S. coast of Corn-
wall, near the Lizard.

Penpark Hole, old lead mine, in SW. of Gloucester-
shire, 4 miles N. of Bristol.

Pcnpellcnny, 4 miles from Llanfihangel Gobion,
Monmouthshire; P.O.

Penpergwm, ry. sta., Monmouthshire, 3% miles SE.
of Abergavenny.

Penpompren, seat, Cardiganshire ; post-town,

Penponds, eccl. dist. and vil., Camborne par., Corn-
wall—dist., pop. 1684 ; vil., 4 miles SW. of Camborne.

Penpont, township, Uanspyddid par., in co. and 4
miles AV. of Brecknock, 1970 ac., pop. 113; contains
Penpont House, seat.

Penpont, par. and vil., NW. Dumfriesshire—par.,
21,961 ac., pop. 1176; vil., on Scar Water, 2 miles SW.
of Thornhill, pop. 437; P.O.,

Peupoul, hamlet, St Veep par., Cornwall, 4 miles
SE. of Lostwithiel.

Pcnqulte, seat, 2% m. SE. of Lostwithiel, Cornwall.

Penrbiwcelber, ry. sta., Glamorgan, 2% miles NW.
of Aberdare Junction ; P.O.

Penrhiwllnn, hamlet, in S. of Cardiganshire, 4
miles N. of Newcastle in Emlyn; P.O.

Pcnrbos.—hamlet, Llanfynydd par., Carmarthen-
shire, 5% miles NW. of Llandilo.—2.
Penrhos, par.,
Carnarvonshire, 3% miles SW. of Pwllheli, 555 ac., pop.
Fenrhfis, seat, in co. and 2 miles SE. of Car-
Penrhos, vil., Herefordshire, in NW. of
co., 1% mile E. of Kington.—5.
Pcnrbos, in co. and
6 miles W. of Monmouth; P.O. See
Penrose. 6.
Pcnrbos, eccl. dist., Guilsfield, Llandrinio, Llansaint-
ffraid, and Meifod pars., Montgomeryshire, pop. 839;
Penrhos Hall, seat, 6% m. SE. of Llanfyllin.

Penrhos Bay, on AV. coast of Holyhead island,
Anglesey, 2 miles S. of town of Holyhead;
forms its N. extremity.

Penrhos Garnedd, hamlet, in NW. of Carnarvon-
shire, 2 miles SW. of Bangor ; P.O.

Penrhos Hall, seat, property of the Stanleys of
Alderley, 2 miles SE. of Holyhead, Anglesey.

Penrhos Lligwy, par., on NE. coast of Anglesey, 4 m.
NE. of Llanerchymedd, 2894 ac. (300 water), pop. 385.

Penrbydd, Pembroke. See Penrith.

Penrbylog, vil., Llanfihangel-Geneur-Glynn par.,
Cardiganshire, 6 miles NE. of Aberystwith.

Penrbyn, ry. sta., Merioneth, 3% miles E. of Port-

Penrbyn Castle, seat of Lord Penrhyn, Carnarvon-
shire, on river Ogwen, in E. vicinity of Bangor; stands
in a finely wooded park.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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