Reference numberCLP/10iii/43
TitlePaper, 'An account of a new sort of molosses [sic] made of apples' by Paul Dudley
Date25 October 1722
DescriptionDudley describes the process of making molasses from apples, consisting of grinding and pressing the apples and then boiling the juice until it is three-quarters evaporated and has the consistency of molasses. Apple molasses was discovered by J Chandler in Woodstock [Connecticut?].

Subject: Agriculture

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'An account of a new sort of molosses made of apples; and of the degenerating of smelts'.

Written by Dudley in Roxbury, New England [now part of Boston, Massachusetts]. Read to the Royal Society on 10 January 1723.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1722.0040
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 32 (1722), p 231
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7811Dudley; Paul (1675 - 1751)1675 - 1751
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