Definition of Hysons
1. hyson [n] - See also: hyson
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Literary usage of Hysons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tea: and the Tea Trade: Parts First and Second by Gideon Nye (1850)
"... 1843—twenty-five to thirty taels for common to good " cargo " quality Young hysons, with a stock of 20000 half chests ; Hyson Skins, seventeen to ..."
2. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William B. Dana (1850)
"January 10th, 1844—twenty-five to twenty-eight tack for ordinary to fair "cargo" grades, thirty to thirty-two taels for strictly good " cargo " Young hysons ..."
3. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1850)
"... and an unusual or even unparalleled accumulation of stock had taken place, the prices of sound country packed cargo grade Young hysons was reduced to ..."
4. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1877)
"Thus, high-dried teas, such as hysons and ... give a higher average; the hysons 4.84 to 5.68 per cent.; ..."
5. The Literary Panorama and National Registerby Charles Taylor by Charles Taylor (1815)
"Ü-/. ; and hysons 11«. 6d. to ISi. 6r/. ... and Blooms \d. and hysons 6d. dearer. GROCERS' PRICKS OF TEA*. fine ..."
6. Coffee; from Plantation to Cup: A Brief History of Coffee Production and by Francis Beatty Thurber (1881)
"... and " hysons." They are then replaced in the firing-pans and kept moving by the rapid motion of the hands of the workmen for a length of time, ..."
7. Foods: Their Composition and Analysis by Alexander Wynter Blyth, Meredith Wynter Blyth (1903)
"... consisting of hysons, Capers, ... and others, was 7'67 per cent., the driest teas being the hysons and ..."