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So was it in diuision by the penne, and therfore was there a cypher set in the quotient: but howe shall that be noted here?
THE EARLIEST ARITHMETICS IN ENGLISHANONYMOUS
But this he did more then liberally supply by the eternall labours of his penne.
THE LIVES OF THE III NORMANS, KINGS OF ENGLAND: WILLIAM THE FIRST, WILLIAM THE SECOND, HENRIE THE FIRSTJOHN HAYWARD
The latest of those letters is dated about three weeks before Sunderland's letter to Mr. Penne.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
I pursued my route towards the summit of the mountain, the "Penne de l'Héris," as it is still called, retaining its Celtic name.
BARN AND THE PYRENEESLOUISA STUART COSTELLO
When we reached Bristol, we found Mr. Penne upon the Quay, with some other merchants.
FOR FAITH AND FREEDOMWALTER BESANT
I told him Barbadoes, according to the information given me by Mr. Penne.
FOR FAITH AND FREEDOMWALTER BESANT
Well, it is lucky for us that we have this letter of Mr. Penne's.
FOR FAITH AND FREEDOMWALTER BESANT
So that, if ever a man was kidnapper and villain, that man was George Penne.
FOR FAITH AND FREEDOMWALTER BESANT
So, it is in the handwriting of Mr. George Penne, which I know well.
FOR FAITH AND FREEDOMWALTER BESANT
Therefore it was plain that we had been tricked, and that the man George Penne was a villain.
FOR FAITH AND FREEDOMWALTER BESANT

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