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The natural history of chocolate : being a distinct and particular account of the cocoa-tree, its growth and culture, and the preparation, excellent properties, and medicinal vertues of its fruit. Wherein the errors of those who have wrote upon this subject are discover'd; the best way of making chocolate is explain'd; and several uncommon medicines drawn from it, are communicated / [D. Quélus] ; Translated from the last edition of the French, by R. Brookes.

Quélus, D.
Date
1775

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Also known as

Histoire naturelle du cacao, et du sucre. 1725

Publication/Creation

London : Printed for D. Browne, junr, 1775.

Physical description

viii, 95 pages, 1 unnumbered page ; 21 cm (8vo)

Edition

The second edition.

Notes

Woocut headpieces and initials
A translation, by Richard Brookes, of the first part of Histoire naturelle du cacao et du sucre, by D. de Quélus. Cf. Brit. Mus. Cat. and Halkett and Laing
Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: D. Bickersteth Note: Binding: Recent quarter green morocco X191388

Publications note

Mueller, W. Bib. des Kaffee, des Kakao ... [etc.] (1960) p. 31
Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.), v. 4 p. 156
ESTC T227046
Henrey, 1160

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  • English
  • French



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