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Newsletter 20 - June 1976
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|2||Lecture Meeting 14th Feb 1976, at Gladstone Pottery Museum, (in the form of a disputation between Mrs. Sally Kevill Davies and Mr. David Battie on "The Elegant and the Flamboyant", or the wares of the 18th century v. those of the 19th century||Diana Darlington|
|4||Notes on Mason's Ironstone China||Elizabeth Collard|
|6||Superb Porcelains of H. & R. Daniel||Geoffrey Godden|
|11||George Robertson of Derby||Pauline Knight|
|12||Books and Pamphlets|
|12||Bugs and Bedposts||Angela Cox|
|13||The Notorious Ann Moore of Tutbury (an item to the table at Keele, Aug 1975)|
|14||The Tale of a Mug||Elizabeth Adams|
|15||Random Jottings||Reginald Haggar|
|17||Measham Ware and Swadlincote Teapots||Ronald Brown|
|17||An Itinerant China-Mender||Angela Cox|
|17||The Songs of the Potters (1)||Pat Halfpenny|
|18||A Moral Tale (from the York Chronicle 1773)||Angela Cox|
|19||Miscellanea - from old [18th Century) Journals|
|20||Songs Of The Potters (2)||Pat Halfpenny|
|21||Some Saleroom Prices|
|22||Chinese Blue and White (Exhibition at Rotherham. March 1976)||Peter Bradshaw|
|23||Ceramic Collections in the North - Wallington, Northumberland||Colin Vickerman|
|24||An Odd Conversation - overheard and recorded by Kathleen Wooliscroft 23 January 1976||Kathleen Wooliscroft|
|24||Minton At Worthing|