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A Treatise on Foreign Teas by Hugh Smith

A

TREATISE

ON

FOREIGN TEAS,

_ABSTRACTED_

FROM

An ingenious WORK, lately published,

ENTITLED

_AN ESSAY ON THE NERVES_;

ILLUSTRATING

Their efficient, formal, material, and final Causes; with the Manner of the Liquids being corrupted by corrosive Acids, and stagnated by obtuse Alkalies:

IN WHICH ARE

OBSERVATIONS ON MINERAL WATERS, COFFEE, CHOCOLATE, _&c._

AND

An Investigation of the Nature and Preparation of Foreign Teas, with their pernicious Effects in debilitating the Nervous System:

INTERSPERSED WITH

THE AUTHOR'S REMARKS,

Arising from an Analysis of such Preparations as may be most beneficially substituted for INDIA TEA.

THIS SELECTION, containing the Sentiments of the many eminent Physical Professors who have written on Foreign Teas, is designed to shew, by the most forcible Arguments and distinguished Authorities, the extreme Danger to which the Public are exposed from the continual Use of an Article so pernicious and destructive to the Constitution.

[Price Six-pence.]

Dr. SOLANDER's SANATIVE ENGLISH TEA.

UNIVERSALLY APPROVED and RECOMMENDED

BY THE MOST

EMINENT PHYSICIANS, IN PREFERENCE TO FOREIGN TEA, As the most Pleasing and POWERFUL RESTORATIVE,

IN ALL NERVOUS DISORDERS, HITHERTO DISCOVERED.

Our first aliment at breakfast, being designed to recruit the waste of the body from the night's insensible perspiration; an inquiry is important, whether INDIA TEA, which the Faculty unanimously concur in pronouncing a Species of Slow Poison, that unnerves and wears the substance of the solids, is adequate to such a purpose--If it be not--the inquiry is further necessary to find out a proper substitute. If an Apozem PROFESSIONALLY approved and recommended for its nutritive qualities, as a general aliment, has claim to public attention, certainly Dr. SOLANDER'S TEA, so sanctioned, is the most proper morning and afternoon's beverage.

Prepared for the Proprietor by an eminent Botanist.

Sold Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietor's Agent, Mr. T. GOLDING, at his Warehouse for Patent Medicines, No. 42, Cornhill, London; and Retail by Mr. F. NEWBERY, No. 45, St. Paul's Church-Yard; Messrs. BAILEY'S, Cockspur-street; Mr. W. BACON, No. 150, Oxford-street; Mr. OVERTON, No. 47, New Bond-street; and by Mr. J. FULLER, South Side of Covent Garden. Also by the Venders of Patent Medicines in most Cities and Towns, in England, Ireland, and Scotland.

Sold in Packets at 2s. 9d. and in Canisters at 10s. 6d. each, Duty included.

Liberal Allowance for Exportation, to Country Venders, and to Schools.

The native and exotic Plants which chiefly compose Dr. Solander's Tea, being gathered and dried with peculiar attention, to the preserving of their sanative Virtues, must render them far more efficacious than many similar Preparations, which by being reduced to Powder, must have those Qualities destroyed they might otherwise possess.


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