Pellow, Thomas, b. 1704. : The history of the long captivity and adventures of Thomas Pellow, in South Barbary [electronic resource] : giving an account of his being taken by two Sallee Rovers, and carried a slave to Mequinez, at eleven years of age : his various adventures in that country for the space of twenty-three years, escape, and return home : in which is introduced a particular account of the manners and customs of the Moors, the astonishing tyranny and cruelty of their Emperors, and a relation of all those great revolutions and bloody wars which happen'd in the Kingdoms of Fez and Morocco, between the years 1720 and 1736, together with a description of the cities, towns, and publick buildings in those Kingdoms, miseries of the Christian slaves, and many other curious particulars / written by himself.
Pellowski, Michael. : Something about the author. Volume 151 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Pellworm (Steamship) -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division, (Admiralty), (in Prize), Royal Courts of Justice, Tuesday, 29th April 1919, before the Right Hon. Lord Sterndale (president), the Steamship "Pellworm" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,657, the Steamship "Marie Horn" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,658, the Steamship "Brietzig" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,660, the Steamship "Heinz Blumberg" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,659 [electronic resource].
Pelmore, Margaret. : A Strange and true relation of a wonderful and terrible earth-quake : that hapned at Hereford on Tuesday last, being the first of this present October, 1661. Whereby a church-steeple and many gallant houses were thrown down to the ground, and several of the inhabitants slain; with the terrible thunder-claps and violent storm of great hail-stones that then fell, which were about the bigness of an egge, many cattle thereby utterly destroyed as they were feeding in the field. Also, the prodigious and wonderful apparitions that were seen in the air, to the great amazement of all spectators, who beheld two perfect armes and hands: in the right-hand being graspt a great broad sword, and in the left, a bowl full of blood, from whence they heard a most strange and loud voice, to the wonderful astonishing of all present, the fright whereof causing divers women to fall in travel, amongst whom the clerks wife, named Margaret Pelmore, fell in labour, and brought forth three male-children, who had all teeth, and spake as soon as they were born, and presently after gave up.