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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 12 November 1650, 12 November 1650-12 November 1650

    the Arrears of the Monies payable by Order of Parliament to the Earl of Nottingham , in lieu of his Penson; and to continue the Payment thereof, from time to time, for the future, according to the said Order: And


    for Banning, read Bayning. " 452, No. 2, for Edw. Clerk, read Edm. " 453, No. 2, for Benson, read Penson. " 481, No. 18, for Sir Geo. Villiers, read Sir John. " 493, Entry 1; 538, Entry 4; 547, Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 86, May 1572, 01 May 1572-31 May 1572

    of Essex and Edward Earl of Lincoln. Description of the ceremony and expenses attendant on the same. [ Signed, Wm. Penson, Lancaster . ] May 14. 36. Wm. Herlle to Burghley. Has fallen into a very distressed condition by his Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, 01 January 1586-31 July 1588

    63, 125, 400, 444. Pembroke , 257. Penfold , 496. Pensioners , lists of, 39, 41. , check of, 485. Penson , Valentine, letter of, 6. Pepard , Walter, 120. Pern , Nicholas, (pensioner), 41. Perrot , Right Honourable Sir Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, March 1606, 01 March 1606-31 March 1606

    4 d Samuel Tomson 6 1 13 s 4 d Jo. Raven 6 1 13 s 4 d Wm . Penson 6 1 13 s 4 d Rob. Treswell 6 1 13 s 4 d Thomas Knight 100 s Wm.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    want of that conscious solemnity of dignity which ought to mark a descendant of " Peter the Foolish," and which Penson, in his representation of the character, knew so well how to throw into it. Signor Giubilei, in fact, jested Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs F. Mathews, Miss Brooks, and Mlss Penson. To conclude with THE HAPPY MAN. Priscipal charac- ters by Messrs Ryan, Heslop, Cultenford, 0. J. Snaith, Hit- chinson, &c. Miss Chaplin and Miss Penson. On Tuesday, HARVEST HOME. To be followed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barracks are to be let frem t hse let e October next to r ee 3 0th September, 3634. No Penson wili be accepted for mreo than one Canteen, not any - Person who ts ent of unexceptionable character, or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edwaard Voosittart Neale, Esq. (Director of the Western, i Manchester, and London Assurance, and the Western Fire Assuanrace). Rtieard tIerck Penson, Esq. (Chairman of the Wrexham, Mlold, an~d Coosob's Quay Railway). Joh n Edwardltedsiod, aEsq., M.P. hie Deeps, onniscorthly, captain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Then,- it-is naturally asked, How far cc oare th efe,mie~ures of hostility to a party and to a ~ce particular Penson tobe carried ? Are we to followv Lo thle bombardment of the forts by' anl occupation of evil >1' Subscribers-only content


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