Later on, he lived at penrith with a sister, who kept an inn there.
We reached penrith as the grey of dawn had overspread the sky.
Sir Walter Scott, on all occasions when he visited penrith, repaired to the churchyard to view these remains.
Thence they were driven to Euston to catch the nine-o'clock train to penrith.
Sir Harry was not surprised and hardly disappointed when he was told that he was to go to penrith to see his cousin.
"It will tax our wits to get you out of penrith," said Crispin.
penrith looks as a child's toy village; and Windsor and Richmond, far away, are but indistinct white dots.
Then Sir Harry will go over and see you to-morrow at penrith.
In the year 1809, Nicholson, then twenty-three or twenty-four years old, attended some sports or merry-making at penrith.
He accordingly suffered death at penrith on 28th October 1746.