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" Prussian blue and gypsum ! And yet, tell the drinkers of this coloured tea that the Chinese eat cats, dogs, and rats, and they will hold up their hands in amazement, and pity the poor celestials! "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Página 180
por United States. Congress. House
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen75

1854
...drinks more than half a pound of Prussian blne and gypsum 1 And yet, tell the drinkers of this coloured tea that the Chinese eat cats, dogs, and rats, and...pity the poor Celestials ! " Two kinds of Prussian blne are used by the tea-manufacturers : one is the kind commouly met with; the other I have seen ouly...
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Stryker's American Register and Magazine, Volumen3

1849
...blue is substituted for indigo. And yet, tell these green tea drinkers that the Chinese eat dogs, cats and rats, and they will hold up their hands in amazement and pity the taste of the poor Celestials. In five minutes from the time of the colour being thrown into the pan...
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The Botanical Gazette

1849
...blue is substituted for indigo. And yet tell these green tea drinkers that the Chinese eat dogs, cats, and rats, and they will hold up their hands in amazement, and pity the taste of the poor Celestials. In five minutes from the tune of the colour being thrown into the pan,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volumen47

1849
...is substituted for indigo. And yet, tell these green tea drinkers, that the Chinese eat dogs, cats, and rats, and they will hold up their hands in amazement, and pity the taste of the poor Celestials. In five minutes from the time of tho colour being thrown into the pan,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volumen47

1849
...is substituted for indigo. And yet, tell these green tea drinkers, that the Chinese eat dogs, cats, and rats, and they will hold up their hands in amazement, and pity the taste of the poor Celestials. In five minutes from the time of the colour being thrown into the pan,...
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Domestic Homoeopathy, Or, Rules for the Domestic Treatment of the Maladies ...

John Epps - 1850 - 278 páginas
...is substituted for indigo. And yet, tell these green tea drinkers that the Chinese eat dogs, cats, and rats, and they will hold up their hands in amazement, and pity the taste of the poor Celestials. In five minutes from the time of the colour being thrown into the pan,...
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Homoeopathic Record, Volúmenes1-2

1851
...is substituted for indigo. And yet, tell these green tea drinkers that the Chinese eat dogs, cats, and rats, and they will hold up their hands in amazement, and pity the taste of the poor Celestials. In five minutes from the time of the colour being thrown into the pan,...
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A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ...

Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 páginas
...drinks more than half a pound of Prussian blue and gypsum I And yet, tell the drinkers of this coloured tea that the Chinese eat cats, dogs, and rats, and...teamanufacturers — one is the kind commonly met with, CHAP. V. MR. WASHINGTON'S OBSERVATIONS. 95 the other I have seen only in the north of China.* It is...
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A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ...

Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 páginas
...drinks more than half a pound of Prussian blue and gypsum ! And yet, tell the drinkers of this coloured tea that the Chinese eat cats, dogs, and rats, and...celestials!" Two kinds of Prussian blue are used by the teamanufacturers—one is the kind commonly met with, \ the other I have seen only in the north of...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volumen95

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1852
...drinks more than half a pound of Prussian blue and gypsum ! And yet, tell the drinkers of this coloured tea that the Chinese eat cats, dogs, and rats, and...their hands in amazement, and pity the poor celestials !" Specimens of tea-dyes were forwarded by Mr. Fortune from the north of China, in time for the Great...
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