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The good and bad effects of tea consider'd. Wherein are exhibited, the physical virtues of tea; its general and particular Use; to what Constitutions agreeable; at what Times and Seasons it is most proper to be drank; and when and how prejudicial. To which are subjoined, some considerations on afternoon tea-drinking, and the many subsequent Evils attending it; with a Persuasive to the Use of our own wholsome Product, Sage, &c. By Simon Mason, Author of The Nature of an Intermitting Fever and Ague consider'd, lately publish'd. Entered according to Act of Parliament.
- Mason, Simon, 1701-
- MDCCXLV. 
A journal of eight days journey from Postsmouth 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.
- Hanway, Jonas, 1712-1786.