She went off to Penzance in search of sea bathing and inexpensive lodgings.
It would be noted at the Land's End and telegraphed to Penzance.
The musical-box had burst into selections from The Pirates of Penzance.
Penzance is reached from Paddington in 8½ hours and Newquay in half-an-hour less.
She, probably, not knowing what has happened to us, will stand on to Penzance.
As the wind was south-west, we sailed straight for Penzance.
The crew of the tugboat bailed out the derelict and towed her to Penzance.
Mr. Penzance was filled with delight, and saturated with the atmosphere of New York.
Penzance is on the south, and faces the English Channel on the south.
Other officials were there, but near Stanhope was a tall elderly man, unknown, and certainly a stranger in Penzance.
place in Cornwall, Pensans (late 13c.), literally "Holy Headland," from Cornish penn "head" + sans "holy."