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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exeter, cheese and baron dealer. [Harris, Lincoln's inn. T. Cairns, Redruth, Cornwall, draper. [lKeddell, Baker, and Grant, Lime street. R. Penwarden, Launceston, Cornwall, saddler. [Bell, Steward, and Lloyd, Lincoln's W. Cole, Apperley bridge, Calverley, York, consulting engineer. [Clarke, Chancery lane. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edmunds, pawnbroker-Sept. 18, C. Terry, Sisee lane, City, qclill merchant-Sept 19, 0. Kelly, Cannon street, City, coal merchallt-Sept. 27 It Penwarden, Launceston, Cornwall, saddler-Sept. 18, H. Hollis, Bold street, Liver. pool, tea dealer. C E R T I F I Subscribers-only content

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    objects sobmitted in the Society's Art Workmanship Competition :-Ulass I. Painted glass: Second prize (:0l5.) to William Glasby, John E. Penwarden, and A. Lawrenson, for p painted panel, " Music," from a, design by Henry Holliday. Class I1.-Glass blowing in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by jumping off M~aldenhead Bridge into the Thames-a height of nearly 4Oft. At Leith, on Thursday, a woman named Margaret Penwarden was found guilty of selling whisky in a house in Redford's Close on Sunday last. Having been once convicted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an appeal argued on Wednesday, before Justices Cave and Wright. Certain justices of Devon- shire had convicted Mr. 3. H. Penwarden, a farmer's son, of trespassing in pursuit of game. as he had been seen shooting at a rabbit. On Subscribers-only content

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