Copy correspondence between John Wood, chairman of the Board of the Inland Revenue, and various parties regarding coffee and chicory, with reports

Made:
1852-1853
maker:
Wood, John

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Bound in volume spinemarked 'Chicory and Coffee'. Includes illustrated reports for Wood, of 1852 June and November, by Lindley and Hooker into the detecting of vegetable substances (Chicory, roots of Mangel Wurzel, Turnips, Parsnips and Carrots, and seeds of Beans, Peas, Lupins, Acorns and Malt) mixed with Coffee for the purposes of adulteration; chemical report, of 1852 Dec, by Graham, Stenhouse and Campbell, on detecting (24) vegetable substances mixed with Coffee for the purposes of adulteration; and illustrated report and replies, of 1853 Mar, to Wood's request for information re 'the regulations under which the Sale of Coffee and Chicory should be allowed'.

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Identifier:
MS/0375