|Author:||Colmenero de Ledesma, Antonio.|
|Title:||A curious treatise of the nature and quality of chocolate. VVritten in Spanish by Antonio Colmenero, doctor in physicke and chirurgery. And put into English by Don Diego de Vades-forte|
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A curious treatise of the nature and quality of chocolate. VVritten in Spanish by Antonio Colmenero, doctor in physicke and chirurgery. And put into English by Don Diego de Vades-forte
Colmenero de Ledesma, Antonio., Wadsworth, James, 1604-1656?
Imprinted at London: By I. Okes, dwelling in Little St. Bartholomewes, 1640.
|Alternate titles:||Curioso tratado de la naturaleza y calidad del chocolate. English|
Chocolate -- Early works to 1800.
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To the Right Honourable EDWARD Lord Viscount CONWAY and KILLULTAH; Baron of RAGLEY; Lord Marshall of the Army, and Privy Counsellour of IRELAND; and one of the Counsell of Warre to His MAIESTY of GREAT BRITTAINE.