Hanway: An essay on tea

[Jonas Hanway:]  An essay on tea: considered as pernicious to health, obstructing industry, and impoverishing the nation : with a short account of its growth, and great consumption in these kingdoms : with several political reflections: in twenty-five letters addressed to two ladies. [by H*****]. ([London[?] : H. Woodfall 1756])

An essay on tea  first appeared in 1756 as an addendum to: Jonas Hanway: A journal of eight days journey from Portsmouth to Kingston upon Thames.

[Jonas Hanway:] A journal of eight days journey from Portsmouth to Kingston upon Thames; through Southampton, Wiltshire, &c. with miscellaneous thoughts, Moral and Religious; In A Series Of Sixty-Four Letters: Addressed to two Ladies of the Partie. To which is added, AN Essay ON Tea, Considered as pernicious to Health, obstructing Industry, and impoverishing the Nation: With an Account of its Growth, and great Consumption in these Kingdoms. With Several Political Reflections; And Thoughts ON Public Love. In Twenty-Five Letters to the same Ladies. By a gentleman of the partie. (London : printed by H. Woodfall, M.DCC.LVI. [1756])

[Jonas Hanway:] A journal of eight days journey from Portsmouth to Kingston upon Thames : through Southampton, Wiltshire, &c. : with miscellaneous thoughts, moral and religious ; in sixty-four letters addressed to two ladies of the partie : to which is added an essay on tea, considered as pernicious to health, obstructing industry, and impoverishing the nation : with an account of its growth and great consumption in these kingdoms : with several political reflections, and thoughts on public love, in thirty-two letters to two ladies : in two volumes / by Mr. H*****. The second edition, corrected and enlarged.. (London: Printed for H. Woodfall … and C. Henderson … 1757).

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