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Newsletter 10 - June 1974
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|1||Ceramic Conservation and Restoration (Holly Royde Jan 1974)||T.A.L.|
|2||The Potteries Of Whitehaven||Hilary Evans|
|3||A Lakeland View||Hartley Asquith|
|3||More items from old newspapers :|
|3||Ground Bone, 1854|
|3||Iron against flesh, 1844 (re C J Mason's machinery)|
|4||Who Invented Parian? (letter from Staffordshire Advertiser 8 Nov 1851)|
|4||Charles Bourne||Geoffrey Charles|
|5||China, Flintware and Blue Tyles (re Francis Crossfield)||J.G.Y. Mallet|
|5||Home-made History||Elizabeth Adams|
|7||Davenport Asparagus Servers||Diana Darlington|
|7||Ceramic Collections in Yorkshire Houses open to the public||Margaret Newton|
|8||Copeland and Garrett, Stoke : (from The Penny Magazine, May 1843)|
|9||The Adventures of some China in the '45||Elizabeth Mitchell|
|10||The United States Frigate Constitution Jug||David C. Herbert|
|11||English Delftware Tiles by Anthony Ray, Faber and Faber||J. Carmichael-Anstruther|
|12||An Illustrated Dictionary of Ceramics by George Savage and Harold Newman, Thames and Hudson||Reginald Haggar|
|12||Study Weekend (At Worthing 31 Aug 1974), Notice of|
|12||Books (received, to be reviewed in next NL)|