|Title||Paper, 'An account of a new sort of molosses [sic] made of apples' by Paul Dudley|
|Date||25 October 1722|
|Description||Dudley 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?].|
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 description||Ink on paper|
|Related material||DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1722.0040|
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 32 (1722), p 231
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|NA7811||Dudley; Paul (1675 - 1751)||1675 - 1751|