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Van den Driesen, I. H. and S. London School of Economics and Political (1954). Some aspects of the history of the coffee industry in Ceylon, with special reference to the period 1823-1885: 572 leaves in various foliations.

Van der Laan, L. (1988). Cocoa and coffee buying in Cameroon: the role of the marketing board in the South West and North West Provinces, 1978-1987. Leiden, African Studies Centre.

Van Hilten Hein, J., M. Van de Steene, et al. (1992). Coffee: an exporter's guide. Geneva, International Trade Centre UNCTAD/GATT.

Vantal, A. (2004). Book of coffee. London, Hachette Illustrated.

Varangis, P. N. and D. World Bank. Development Research Group. Rural (2003). Dealing with the coffee crisis in Central America: impacts and strategies. Washington, D.C., World Bank, Development Research Group, Rural Development.

Vasquez Senen, S. (1990). The establishment of forage legumes under field conditions in the Colombian coffee zone, University of Reading.

Verlagsgesellschaft, J. R.-K. (1991). Cash crops: coffee and cocoa. JRO topic map. Munich; Cheltenham, JRO Kartografische Verlagsgesellschaft: European Schoolbooks.

Virtue (1670). The Vertue of the Coffee Drink, [London].

Virtues (1958). The vertues of coffee. (The nature of the drink Kauhi, or Coffe, and the berry of which it is made, described by an Arabian Phistian. 1659. The vertue of the coffee drink as it is sold by James Gough at Mr. Sury'es by Queen's College corner. 1660. Printed from the Bodleian copy, Wood 679.), Oxford.

Vogelvang, B. and E. Vrije Universiteit te Amsterdam Faculteit der Economische Wetenschappen en (1990). Hypotheses testing concerning relationships between spot prices of various types of coffee. Amsterdam, Vrije Universiteit, Faculteit der Economische Wetenschappen en Econometrie.

Vogelvang, E. (1988). A quarterly econometric model of the world coffee economy. Amsterdam, Free University Press.

Von Der Mehden, J. L. (1906). Ragged Thoughts. A black coffee sketch. Ragtime intermezzo, march & two step. [P. F.]. New York, J. Louis von der Mehden, Jr.

Von Hünersdorff, R. and H. G. Hasenkamp (2002). Coffee, a bibliography: a guide to the literature on coffee. London, Hunersdorff.

W, B. (1909). Coffee: its origin, properties & virtues. How to make it, [London.

W, R., H. S. Blount, et al. (1659). Organon salutis. An instrument to cleanse the stomach. As also divers new experiments of the virtue of tobacco and coffee: how much they conduce to preserve humane health. London, D. Pakeman.

Waal Anton, D. and A. Louw (1965). Two Cups of Coffee = Twee Koppies Koffie.

Waddington, H., Directories, et al. (1924). Planting Directory of Southern India. Compiled by H. Waddington, Madras.

Wagner, R. and C. Asociacikon Nacional del (2001). The history of coffee in Guatemala. Bogotka, D.C., Colombia, Villegas Editores.

Wakefield Arthur, J. (1933). Arabica Coffee. Periods of growth and seasonal measures. [With charts.], Dar es Salaam.

Wakefield Arthur, J. and Jamaica (1945). The rehabilitation of the coffee industry in Jamaica. Report by. A. J. Wakefield, Kingston.

Wakefield, A. J. (1933). Arabica coffee: periods of growth and seasonal measures. Dar es Salaam, Government Printer.

Wakefield, A. J. (1936). Native production of coffee on Kilimanjaro. Oxford, University Press.

Walker, D. (1970). Coffee-time crosswords. Ed. D. Walker. Feltham, IPC Newspapers.

Walker, H. (1890). Memorandum on coffee, cocoa and tropical products in British North Borneo (placed under the protection of Great Britain, 12th May 1888). London, William Brown & Co.

Walker, J. (1894). Handbook of Coffee Pulpers and Pulping. Kandy, Ceylon, 1879, John Walker & Co.

Walsh Joseph, M. (1894). Coffee: its history, classification, and description. Illustrated. Philadelphia, The Author.

Walyaro, D. J. A. (1983). Considerations in breeding for improved yield and quality in arabica coffee (Coffea arabica L.). The Netherlands, D.J.A. Walyaro.

Wanders Joseph Adolf, M. and J. Sellies Franciscus Petrus (1997). Who pays the price? the production and marketing of coffee and cocoa in Sierra Leone under structural adjustment: een wetenschappelijke proeve op het gebied van de beleidswetenschappen. Saarbrucken, Verl. fur Entwicklungspolitik.

Wanklyn, J. A. (1992). Tea, coffee, and cocoa: a practical treatise on the analysis of tea, coffee, cocoa, chocolate, maté (Paraguay tea), etc. The Nineteenth Century. General Collection; title no. N.1.1.5385. Cambridge, Chadwyck-Healey Ltd.

Waridel, L. (2002). Coffee with pleasure: just java and world trade. Montreal; London, Black Rose.

Watson, R. R. (2000). Alcohol and coffee use in the aging. Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press.

Watts, C. and J. Green (1968). Mom's Coffee Pot.

Watts, J. C. (2000). Coffee enemas may be effective shock treatment.

Weatherstone, J. (1986). The pioneers 1825-1900: early British tea and coffee planters and their way of life, Quiller.

Weatherstone, J. (1986). The pioneers, 1825-1900: the early British tea and coffee planters and their way of life. London, Quiller Press.

Webster Paul, F. and S. Burke (1949). Black Coffee.

Weiss, B. (2003). Sacred trees, bitter harvests: globalizing coffee in northwest Tanzania. Portsmouth, N.H., Heinemann.

Well, W. (1674). The Mens Answer to the Womens Petition against Coffee. in their scandalous Pamphlet [by a Well-Willer], London.

Well, W. (1674). The Women's Petition against Coffee. By a Well-Willer, London.

Well, w. (1978). The women's petition against coffee: representing to publick consideration the grand inconveniencies accruing to their sex from the excessive use of that drying, enfeebling liquor: presented to the right honorable the keepers of the liberty of Venus. Early English books, 1641-1700; 829:44. London, [s.n.].

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