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Tea and the tea-table in eighteenth-century England / general editor, Markman Ellis
Books/Textual Material | Pickering & Chatto | 2010
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Imprint
London : Pickering & Chatto, 2010.
Descript
4 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
V. 1. Literary representations of tea and the tea-table / edited by Markman Ellis -- v. 2. Tea in natural history and medical writing / edited by Richard Coulton -- v. 3. Tea, commerce and the East India Company / edited by Matthew Mauger -- v. 4. Tea and politics : the Boston Tea Party (1773) and the Commutation Act (1784) / edited by Ben Dew; index.
Summary
This four-volume collection takes as its starting point the earliest substantial descriptions of tea as a commodity in the mid-17th century, and ends in the early 19th century with two key events: the discovery of tea plants in Assam in 1823, and the dissolution of the East India Company's monopoly on the tea trade in 1833.
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Self-Renewing 2017 UoY
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ISBN
9781848930254 (set ; alk. paper)
1848930259 (set ; alk. paper)
MARC
OCoLC
20180507035311.0
110622s2010 enka b 001 0 eng cam i
GBB028673 bnb
015490236 Uk
(OCoLC)502097463
ukblsr lccopycat
UKM eng rda DLC UKM YDXCP CDX NDD UKMGB ZCU UKWOH OCLCO OCLCQ UKUOY DHA OCLCQ DUQ
e-uk-en
DUQQ kem
Dr. Albert C. Labriola Memorial Library Fund cop.1, vol. 1-4
C0 DUQ
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