The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 4
Lyon's Inn, in , opposite to the New-inn, there is another called Lyon's-inn. which is an appendage to the Inner Temple. It is a place of considerable antiquity, entries having been made in the steward's books so early as the reign of Henry the . It has a hall, with some paintings, but the other buildings are insignificant.
The ARMS of LYON'S INN are checkey or. and ar. over all, a lion rampant sable.