- Title Pages
- Figures and tables
- Editorial notes
- 1 Before Ceylon
- 2 The rise and fall of ‘King Coffee’
- 3 Transition to tea
- 4 Globalising Ceylon tea
- 5 A planter’s life
- 6 Cross-cultural contact
- 7 Ties to home
- 8 Triumph and tears: last years and legacy
- 9 A Scottish effect?
- Appendix 1 Dates of James Taylor correspondence
- Appendix 2 Family trees of Taylor, Moir and Stiven families
- Tea and Empire
- Manchester University Press
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