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South Coast Harbours 1698
report by Edmund Dummer and Thomas Wiltshaw


Lymington, Hampshire: 'river'; mouth of the Lymington River running into The Solent.
SZ3396; sheet 196
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transcript of text pages
Lymington.
The Qualifications
of the River
Is a place more short and Scanty in the Accomodations to be found in Beauley River, than those there are to the same at Bussleton, Nevertheless Shipps of good Bulk may be here Built for the Merchant Service, Which is all in our Opinion that it is to be Commended for.

museum inventory notes and transcription of the chart
chart features and comparison with Collins chart of 1693
summary relating to this harbour
See also the Southampton pages which relate to this harbour.

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South Coast Harbours 1698
report by Edmund Dummer and Thomas Wiltshaw

© Jean and Martin Norgate: 2002
with information courtesy of Hampshire CC Museums Service
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