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Newsletter 22 - Sept 1976
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|2||Corrections to Newsletter 21|
|3||Lecture Meeting 24th April 1976 : "The Porcelains of Swansea and Nantgarw" by W.J. Grant-Davidson||Diana Darlington|
|6||Avaunt Ye Oppressors||Pat Halfpenny|
|7||The Fireplace in Lewis Carroll's Study at Christ Church||Elizabeth Adams|
|8||Distances and Proximities||Reginald Haggar|
|10||The Wares of John Turner||Anthony Thomas|
|11||John Mare of Hanley (Letters to the USA)||Arnold Mountford|
|13||The Italian Comedy||Peter Bradshaw|
|15||A Poster (1810)||Pat Halfpenny|
|16||A Daniel come to Judgement (in 1847)||Rodney Hampson.|
|18||North Country Trade 1840 - from the late Elsie M. Blatch||Elsie M. Blatch|
|19||A Murder in the Potteries, committed long ago||Elizabeth Adams|
|19||A Visit to the Fair||Peter Bradshaw|
|21||Walter Crane On The Potter's Art (1889) -|
|21||Something Old, Something New - An Exhibition Of English Pottery And Porcelain (At Keele, May 1976)||Rodney & Eileen Hampson|
|24||Another Impression : Love Of Staffordshire||Diana Darlington|
|25||Porcelaneous Majolica||David Buten|
|25||Book Review : Lowestoft Porcelain In The Norwich Castle Museum Volume 1. Blue And White by Sheena Smith||Norman Stretton|
|26||Obituary : James Cross|
|26||Victorian Prattware Pot Lids (Notice Of Seminar)|