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Newsletter 11 - Sept 1974
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|2||Lecture Meeting 9th March 1974 :|
|2||"Some Lancashire Potteries"||Alan Smith|
|2||"A Greg Gallimaufry"||Michael Parkinson|
|2||Cambria||J. G. Evans|
|5||Items from Yorkshire Newspapers||Heather Lawrence|
|6||John Champion||Kay Staniland|
|6||Whitechapel Mysteries, 1733-1740||Elizabeth Adams|
|7||Buried Treasure : Staffordshire Evening Sentinel, 11 April 1974, re Enoch Wood items found during a demoloition|
|9||Eggs, China and Gin|
|9||Potworks at Chester and Kidderminster, advertisements in Liverpool General Advertiser, 8 Sept 1757||Norman Stretton|
|10||A Prophecy of things to come|
|11||Elkin, Knight & Co||Hugh Stretton|
|11||A Charm Against Evil||Elizabeth Mitchell|
|12||Taluf and Huacco Ware||R.G.H.|
|13||An Opportunity Missed||Isabel Locket|
|13||Congratulations (Norman Emery's promotion within Stoke-on-Trent Libraries)|
|13||The Midlands Antique Dealer's Fair||Peter Bradshaw|
|14||Book Review : British Porcelain, an Illustrated Guide by Geoffrey A. Godden, Barrie & Jenkins||Reginald Haggar|
|15||Buckley Pottery (Exhibition)|
|15||Obituary: Mr. A. T. Morley Hewitt|