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I THE FIRST PIPES OF TOBACCO SMOKED IN ENGLAND Before the wine of sunny Rhine, or even Madam Clicquot's,Let all men praise, with loud hurras, this panacea of Nicot's.The debt confess, though none the less they love the grape and barley,Which Frenchmen owe to good Nicot, and Englishmen to Raleigh. Dean Hole. There is little doubt that the smoke of herbs and leaves of various kinds was inhaled in this country, and in Europe generally, long... more...