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Leggett, 1900: Tea leaves.

Botanical name:

Tea from the Tea-Garden to the Teacup with Twenty Illustrations

New York: Francis H. Leggett & Co. First Edition, year 1900.


Online version copyright © 2001–2014 Richard and Margie Druery.

Introduction to this online version:

Typed by hand by Richard and Margie Druery. Richard and Margie sent me the text file; I put that into html and added the pics that they scanned and sent me separately.

Originally 79 pages.

This text is also available as an e-text (no pics, no formatting, no full title information, like for instance, no date first printed...) here: http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/docs/books/gutenberg/etext02/tealv10.txt

This is a cool little book. It tells you a bit about days long gone by and a lot about the history of tea. And the poem at the end of chapter 12 is sure to make you smile. Enjoy!

- Henriette


Tea Leaves, 1900, was written by Francis Leggett & Co.



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