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Title The Manner of Making Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate as it is used in Most Parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. With their Vertues. Newly done out of French and Spanish.
Reference 449.a.7
Library The British Library
Date 1685
Author(s) Chamberlayne, J
Place of Publication London
Document Type Printed Book
Primary Commodity Miscellaneous
Sub-commodity Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Chocolate
Theme Health and Welfare; Social Practice
Keywords raw material, consumption, consumer, manners and customs, indigenous peoples, cocoa
Region Europe, East Asia, South Asia, South East Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Central America and the Caribbean, Middle East
Places UK; England; China; Mexico; Saudi Arabia
Additional Information The tracts on tea and coffee were translated from the French text written by Jacob Spon, who wrote under the pseudonym P Sylvestre Dufour. The tract on chocolate has been translated from the Spanish of Antonio Colmenero de Ledesma.
Copyright The British Library Board. All rights reserved. Licence no: 5386