Ball: An account of the cultivation and manufacture of tea in China

[Samuel Ball:] An account of the cultivation and manufacture of tea in China: derived from personal observations during an official residence in that country from 1804 to 1826; and illustrated by the best Authorities; Chinese as well as Europeans; with Remarks on the Experiments now making for the introduction of the culture of the Tea Tree in other parts of the world. By Samuel Ball Esq. Late Inspector of Teas to the Hon. United East India Company in China. (London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans 1848)

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