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Newsletter 3 - Jan 1973
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|1||Annual General Meeting (Notice of)|
|1||Perversions of Geography||R.G.H.|
|2||Letter to the Editor - Rockingham Teaware||Edith M Eaglestone|
|3||Recorded Pattern Numbers on Rockingham Teaware||Edith M Eaglestone|
|4||Victorian Celebrities at Hanley & Wedgwood at Woburn (Exhibitions)|
|4||English Artist Potters 1870 - 1910 (Exhibition)||Alan Smith|
|5||Notes On Books|
|5||A Short History Of Pottery Raw Materials And The Cheddleton Flint Mill by Robert Copeland, 1972|
|5||Blue--Printed Earthenware 1800-1850 by A.W. Coysh. David & Charles 1972.|
|5||Samuel Bourne||Reginald Haggar|
|6||Baroque Combination (Note on a sale)|
|6||Write to your friends on Pottery notelets. (new type of publication)||Michael Parkinson|
|7||List of Galleries & Museums||Alan Smith|
|9||Wedgwoodiana : from a London Journal 1787||R.G.H.|
|9||The Infant Samuel - A Newly-Discovered Potter||Pat Halfpenny|
|10||Thoughts on Brown Salt-Glazed Ware after re-reading Pepys||Margaret Newton|
|10||University of Keele Ceramics Seminar (Notice for 1973)|