Resources

These pages supply data, transcriptions, and other resources that the Queen Mary History of Tea project has generated during the course of research.

Data

East India Company Tea Sales Data (1740-1837)

 

Texts

Alexandre de Rhodes, ‘On Tea’: translations from Sommaire des Divers Voyages, et Missions Apostoliques (1653) and Divers Voyages et Missions […] en la Chine, & autres Royaumes de l’Orient (1654)

Samuel Whyte, ‘Epigram. On a Cup of Tea, spilt in a Lady’s Lap’ (1772)

Nineteenth-Century Tea Songs

Elizabeth Sill, ‘The Children’s Party’ (1873)

 
The project has also published (and occasionally updates) a Bibliography of published work on tea and Links to other tea-related websites.

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