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John Penny

(c. 1462—1520) abbot of Leicester and bishop of Carlisle


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John Penny (1803—1885) journalist

Penny, John (1803-1885), journalist

Penny, John (d. 1520), abbot of Leicester and bishop of Carlisle

LATEY, John (1842 - 1902), editor of The Sketch, and editor of The Penny Illustrated Paper

Saving souls or selling (virtual) godliness? The ‘penny godlinesses’ of John Andrewes and the problem of ‘popular puritanism’ in early Stuart England

977. M. 12 July '84. John Ryland. Address: To Mr Ryland in Muscovy Court Tower hill. Postmark: illegible (penny post). Adam.—NQ 5 S. vii. 381.

355.1. F. 27 May '74. John Scott. Address: To John Scot Esq (in another hand: Broad Street Ratcliff). Postmark: PENNY POST PAID (day illegible) and 7 O'CLOCK. A. Houghton.—

Sublime Thoughts/Penny Wisdom: Situating Emerson and Thoreau in the American Market. By Richard F. Teichgraeber III. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. xxiv, 283 pp. $39.95, ISBN 0-8018-5000-2.)

John Springhall. Youth, Popular Culture and Moral Panics: Penny Gaffs to Gangsta-Rap, 1830–1996. New York: St. Martin's. 1999. Pp. ix, 218. Cloth $55.00, paper $19.95

Richard F. Teichgraeber III. Sublime Thoughts/Penny Wisdom: Situating Emerson and Thoreau in the American Market. (New Studies in American Intellectual and Cultural History.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1995. Pp. xxiii, 283. $39.95

Young Catholics at the New Millennium: The Religion and Morality of Young Adults in Western Countries, by John Fulton, Anthony M. Abela, Irena Borowik, Teresa Dowling, Penny Long Marler, and Luigi Tomasi. Dublin, Ireland: University College Dublin Press, 2000, 193 pp. $69.95 (Cloth), $29.95 (Paper)

 
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