Definition of Boheas
1. bohea [n] - See also: bohea
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Literary usage of Boheas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metropolitan (1833)
"They also observed, that " the foreign boheas were decidedly inferior to the ... Yet are these boheas and Congos of inferior quality, placed on a par by Mr. ..."
2. The Literary Panorama and National Registerby Charles Taylor by Charles Taylor (1816)
"... flat : «ales attempted, but withdrawn. Ricr, much ill the tame shite: sales withdrawn. TEA: At the East India Company's last quarterly s'ile, boheas and ..."
3. A Voyage Round the World: Including an Embassy to Muscat and Siam, in 1835 by William Samuel Waithman Ruschenberger (1838)
"The lowest boheas of the Canton market consist of the refuse or sweepings of superior black teas, or of the inferior tea of ..."
4. Review of the Management of Our Affairs in China: Since the Opening of the (1840)
"The Chinese are expert enough, and rogues enough, to meet us at every turn. When they found we refused to take the boheas and very low ..."
5. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and Its Dependencies (1835)
"boheas are Ы. per Ib. higher. ... of 3d. tier Ib. There has been since the sale more demand for Canton boheas at IM. ; in other kinds but little doing, ..."