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" From experiments which I have made, I find that, on being dried, which should be done in the shade, and infused in a tea-pot, the leaves of the vine make an excellent substitute for tea. I have also found, that on being cut small, bruised, and put into... "
The Universal magazine - Page 500
1808
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 25

Art - 1808 - 676 pages
...England about 1759. Troston, May 8, 1808. Your's, &c. CAPEL LOFFT. To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine. SIR, FROM the experiments I have tried, I find that, on being dried, wti;ch should be done in the ;-hade, the leaves of the vine make an excellent and estrcmely wholesome...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 78, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1808
...of regret to his friends, can never be the subject of wonder to others. PALPUS. Mr. URBAN, June 12. FROM the experiments I have tried, I find that, on...wholesome tea; though somewhat different, both in taste and flavour from that commonly used. I have also found that, besides being admirably calculated for...
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The Literary Panorama, Volume 4

English literature - 1808
...oppressors elsewhere than in the peninsula of Spain. VINE-LEAF TEA. To the Editor of the Literary Panorama. Sir, — From the experiments I have tried, I find...shade, the leaves of the vine make an excellent and an extremely wholesome tea, though somewhat different, both in taste and flavour, from that commonly...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 1

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1809
...vapour forced into it, and suddenly condensed. , VINE-LEAF TEA. Ta the Editor of the Literary Panorama. SIR, — From the experiments I have tried, I find...shade, the leaves of the vine make an excellent and an extremely wholesome tea, though somewhat different, both in taste and flavour, from that commonly...
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Select Reviews, Volumes 1-2

1809 - 914 pages
...forced into it, and suddenly condensed. VINE-LEAF TEA. To the Eilitor of the Literary Panorama. SIB,— From the experiments I have tried, I find that, on...shade, the leaves of the vine make an excellent and an extremely wholetome tea, though somewhat different, both In taste and flavour, from that commonly...
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Hortus Jamaicensis, Or, A Botanical Description, (according to the ..., Volume 1

John Lunan - Plants - 1814 - 566 pages
...the Philosophical Magazine, No. . 1 1 9, signed James Hall : " From experiments which I have made, I find that, on being dried, which should, be done in the shade, and infused in a tea-pot, the leaves of the vine make an excel- lent substitute for tea. 1 have also...
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Pomarium Britannicum: An Historical and Botanical Account of Fruits Known in ...

Henry Phillips - Fruit - 1821 - 378 pages
...Magazine, Now 119, signed James HalL . : , „ . .i I . .. i " From experiments which I have made, I find that, on being, dried, which should be done in the shade, and infused in a teapot, the leaves of the vine make an excellent substitute for tea. I have also found...
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American Farmer containing Original Essays and Selections on Rural Economy ...

John S. Skinner, Editor - 1823
...the Philosophical Magazine, No. 119, signed James Hall. " From the experiments which I have made, 1 find that, on being dried, which should be done in the shade, and infused in a teapot, the leaves of the vine make an excellent substitute for tea. I have also found...
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The Companion for the Orchard: An Historical and Botanical Account of Fruits ...

Henry Phillips - Fruit - 1831 - 410 pages
...letter in the Philosophical Magazine, No. 119, signed James Hall. " From experiments which I have made, I find that, on being dried, which should be done in the shade, and infused in a tea-pot, the leaves of the vine make an excellent substitute for tea. I have also...
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The Philosophical Magazine: Comprehending the Various Branches of ..., Volume 30

Physics - 1808
...of Fines may be applied in this Country. To Mr. Tilloch. SIR, Jc ROM experiments which I have made, I find that, on being dried, which should be done in the shade, and infused in a tea-pot, the leaves of the vine make an excellent substitute for tea. I have also...
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