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Newsletter 19 - Mar 1976
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|2||Lecture Meeting 29th Nov 1975 "How it all began nearly 4,000 years ago in China" by Peter Plesch||Peter Bradshaw|
|3||For The Record (additional pieces on the table at last AGM)|
|3||A Bump of Benevolence (in Chichester in 1865)||Sheila Morgan.|
|3||Royal Dinner Service (Sale Notice from 1843)||Sheila Morgan|
|4||The Chetham Family||Pat Halfpenny.|
|5||Bubbles (early 18th Century history)||Elizabeth Adams|
|6||Wandering Thoughts||Reginald Haggar|
|8||Oscar Wilde on Art Education||R.G.H.|
|9||The Meighs of Hanley, Staffordshire||Ronald Brown|
|14||More items from old Newspapers||Norman Stretton|
|14||An Eighteenth Century Curiosity||Diana Darlington|
|14||Fashions In Collecting (c.1852)||Lionel Burman|
|15||Wedgwoodiana - A Rage and a Disaster|
|15||Medieval Kiln site in Middlesex||A. Palmer|
|15||Another Bellringers' Jug||Valerie Milford|
|15||A Prodigous Charming Pot||Peter Walton|
|16||News from Temple Newsam House, Leeds||Peter Walton|
|16||Obituary: Mrs. Elsie Blatch (1908-1975)||Margaret Newton|
|17||Letter to the Editor : Bicycles on Pots (notice of a planned exhibition at Castle Museum, Nottingham)||Pamela J. Wood|
|17||The Journal (plans for Volume 2)||Norman Emery|
|18||For Your Diary|
|19||Future Programme Details|