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Newsletter 39 - Sept 1980

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
1 Lecture Meeting: A problem Group of Early 19th Century Teapots Margaret MacFarlane
2 Lecture Meeting: Bristol Creamware Nancy Gunson
4 Annual General Meeting
11 Second Thoughts: A Display of Pots at the A.G.M. Margaret MacFarlane
13 Tea Seeds, Cobolt and Zingho Elizabeth Adams
15 HP Marked Porcelain Lyn and Maurice Hillis
17 Some Problems of Transport Angela Cox
18 Stoke-upon-Trent Rate Record II Rodney Hampson
21 A Yorkshire Miscellany Angela Cox
21 Other Days Other Values Hilary Thomas
23 Notes on Some London Chinamen Valerie Milford
24 Customs of the Tea Table Philip Miller
25 An Hampson Miscellany Rodney Hampson
28 The Largest Jug in the World Ron Brown
29 Pantalone - a Merchant of Venice Peter Bradshaw
30 Louis Simond in England Alison Quinn
32 Books and Book Reviews
39 John Smith-Clayworker
40 Society Meetings 1980
40 Society Publications
40 The Pugh Collection Appeal