Summary: map, hand drawn on tracing paper in ink, showing position of 1 'beerhouse', The Fisherman's Rest, and 23 alehouses from what is now Southampton Road to the Quay, Lymington, Lymington and Pennington, Hampshire; The Crown Inn (now Tollhouse), the Hearts of Oak, the Old English Gentleman, the Chequers, the King's Arms, the Dorset Arms, the Bugle, the Anchor and Hope, the Borough Arms, the Angel, the Red Lion, the Landesborough Hotel, Star, Railway, Britannia, Wheatsheaf, Solent, Alarm, King's Head, Ship, Crown and Anchor, Mayflower

Identification note: This map shows 23 ale houses and only 1 beer house in Lymington and the different brewers who supplied them. Earlier maps show many of the brewing houses alongside the pubs.

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