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Newsletter 174 - June 2014
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|3||Notices : Website Developmts|
|3||Notices : Hilditch Collection at Stanford Hall|
|4||Sources for Pottery Research and Discovery||Pat Halfpenny|
|6||Report : Winter Weekend 2014 : 'Of Time and The Potter'||Nicola Scott|
|11||2014 Summer School : 'The Curious Art'||Jessica Davies|
|12||Height of Chimneys||Paul Niblett|
|13||Caneware Makers After 1830||David M Pendergast|
|18||The Molly Denton Teapot||Keith Docker|
|20||Some Further Swinton Attributions||Lois Roberts|
|25||A Marked Greatbatch Plate||Emlyn Roberts|
|28||The Caughley 'Samuel Bateman 1787' Mug||Roger S Edmondson|
|29||Empire Exhibition Scotland 1938||Colin Andrew|
|33||Crested Caneware||David M Pendergast|
|38||Ambleside Pottery 1948-82||Tony Lonton & Sue Jones|
|44||Irish Connections to a Painting on a Sèvres Vase?||Pamela Gardner|
|46||An Interesting 'Victorian Find'||Robert Cluett|
|54||New Research into an Early Leaf Form Caddy Spoon||Lyndsay McGill|
|59||Good from Hand||Alan Tomlinson|
|66||Obituary: Griselda Lewis||Pat Halfpenny|
|68||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|68||The Cheeny Feeker||Sue Taylor|
|69||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|73||Potteries Jotteries No 132||Rodney Hampson|