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 attend-

ing it; with a Persuasive to the Use of our own

wholsome Product, SAGE, etc.

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By SIMON MASON,

AUTHOR of The Nature of an Intermitting Fever

and Ague consider'd, lately publish'd.

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Entered according to Act of PARLIAMENT

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LONDON

Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe, in

Pater-noster-row. MDCCXLV.

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