<p style='text-align: justify;'>This is a reproduction of a document prepared for the information and use of the City Magistrates. It appeared in the Manchester Guardian January 5th 1889. Beerhouses are indicated with a circular dot. Licensed victuallers are indicated by a triangular symbol. Licensed grocers are indicated by a square mark. Premises selling beer are marked by the symbol L. Premises selling "sweets" (British wines) are marked with the symbol O. Wholesale dealers are marked X.</p>
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