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


East India Company Tea Sales Data (1740-1837)



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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