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" Many, when they have boiled their rice, put water into the tatche in which the rice was boiled, to •which some grains always adhere ; the water loosens them, and is browned by the rice : that water they drink instead of tea. "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - Page 319
1803
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The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of ..., Volume 4

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - 1803
...reckoned, that in ten parts, not above three are exported. In 100 Chinefe, it is reckoned forty ohly can afford to drink tea ; the others drink water only....when they have boiled their rice, put water into the tatchc in which the rice was boiled, to which fome grains always adhere ; the water loofens them, and...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 44

Edmund Burke - 1803
...Chinese, it is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea ; the other* drink water only. Many, 3 D when when they have boiled their rice, put water into the tatche in which the rice was boiled, to which some grains always adhere ; the water loosens them, and is browned by the rice ; that water they drink...
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The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of ..., Volume 4

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - 1803
...afcertained ; but upon the whole, it is reckoned, that in ten parts, not above three are exported. In 1OO Chinefe, it is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea ; the others drink water only. Ma. ny, when they have boiled their rice, put water into the tatche in which the rice was boiled, to...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

1803
...but, upon the whole, it is reckoned, that ift ten parts, not above three are exported. In 100 Chinese, it is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea ; the others drink water only. Many, 3 D when •when they havn boiled their rice, put water into the tatche in which the rice was boiled,...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

Edmund Burke - 1803
...but, upon the whole, it is reckoned, that in ten parts, not above three are exported. In 100 Chinese, it is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea; the others drink water only. Many, 3 D when when fliey have boiled their rice, put water into the tatche in which the rice was boiled,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1803
...but, upon the whole, it is reckoned, that in ten paru, not above three are 'exported. In 100 Chinese, it Is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea ; the others drink water on*? . Many, 3D when when they have boiled their rice, put water into the tatche in which the rice...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 2

Charles Brockden Brown - 1804
...•whole, it is reckoned, that in ten parts, not above three are exported. In one hundred Chinese, it is reckoned, forty only can afford to drink tea...the tatche in which the rice was boiled, to •which some grains always adhere ; the water loosens them, and is browned by the rice : that water they drink...
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Philosophical Magazine

1805
...the whole, it is reckoned, that in ten parts, not above three are exported. In one hundred Chinese, it is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea...the tatche in which the rice was boiled, to which some grains always adhere 5 the water loosens them, and is browned by the rice : that water they drink...
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Philosophical Magazine, Volume 21

1805
...the whole, it is reckoned, that in ten parts, not above three iuiil Jw.»l .In one hundred Chinese, it is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea ; the others drink'. water only.' M*ny, jvhen they have boiled their rice, put water into the t&itche in which the rice was boiled, to...
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The Tropical Agriculturist: A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation and ...

George Richardson Porter - 1833 - 444 pages
...the tea-tree, published in the Asiatic Annual Register for 1802, says : — "In one hundred Chinese, it is reckoned forty only can afford to drink tea...when they have boiled their rice, put water into the vessel in which the rice was boiled, to which some grains always adhere ; the water loosens them and...
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