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Newsletter 13 - Jan 1975
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|2||Lecture meeting 21st Sept 1974 "English Blue & White Porcelains of the 18th Century" by Bernard Watney||Peter Bradshaw|
|2||Lecture meeting 26th Oct 1974 "Bow Porcelain" by Margaret Newton.|
|3||Apprentice pieces : James Ross, Rockingham artist||E. Muriel Eaglestone|
|4||A small China Pottery in Wales||R.G.H.|
|4||Clinker and Ooster|
|6||The wedgwood institute, burslem (exhibition in 1869)|
|6||Items from the Staffordshire Advertiser||R.G.H.|
|7||Worcester prices||A. Thomas|
|8||Keele Seminar (report on), 1974||Stephen Hanscombe|
|9||Barbers' signs and galley-pots (quote from 1841)|
|10||A footnote to Cyples|
|10||Magpies||Dorothy M. Wade|
|10||More records (auction prices)|
|11||Transparencies (Greg Collection, Manchester)|
|11||Black on-glaze prints|
|11||That day the Cheap-Jack came|
|12||Yorkshire Pots and Potteries by Heather Lawrence||Reginald Haggar|
|12||Animals in Pottery and Porcelain by John P. Cushion||Reginald Haggar|
|13||British Pottery, an Illustrated Guide, by Geoffrey A. Godden||Reginald Haggar|
|14||The Rockingham Works by Alwyn and Angela Cox||Terence A. Lockett|
|15||Journal of Ceramic Histor No.6, London Potteries circa.1570-1710 by Rhoda Edwards||T.A. Lockett|
|15||Bottlescapes (landscape of bottle kilns)||Terry Lockett|