17 SEPTEMBER 1831, Page 20

A house in the City, which deals wholly in Coffee,

has pub- lished, in the form of a pamphlet, a treatise on the properties of that berry, and on the best mode of keeping and preparing it. A very impartial work is not to be expected: nevertheless, it is worth attention—first, for its practical hints as to roasting, grinding, and cooking; and next, on the subject of recommending coffee for more general use as a beverage, combined with milk, for the use of the poor.