Of the use of tobacco tea : Coffee, Chocolate, and Drams. Under the following Heads. I. Of Smoaking Tobacco, as commonly Practised. And of what Service Tobacco is in the Plague. II. Of Chewing Tobacco. III. Of Taking Tobacco in Snuff. IV. Of the Use of Tea, (green, and Bohea.) V. Of Drinking Coffee. And Throwing its Grounds. VI. Of Chocolate, and Vanillas. Vii. Of Brandy, Rum, Geneva, and other Drams. With Rules for Smoaking, Taking of Snuff, Drinking Tea, Coffee, &c. so as to prevent any ill Effects on the Nerves. This Book is Given Gratis, Up One pair of Stairs at the Sign of the Anodyne Necklace without Temple-Bar. At Mr Gregg's Bookseller next Northumberland-House Charing-Cross. And At Mrs Garway's, at the R. Exchange-Gate, Cornhil Side

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Published: London printed by H. Parker in Goswell-Street 1722, 1722
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T18463. - Reproduction of original from British Library
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