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Newsletter 40 - Dec 1980
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|1||Summer Meeting at York - Another View||Margaret Macfarlane|
|1||The Summer Visit 1980||Nancy Gunson|
|4||Lecture Meeting: Wedgwood of Etruria||Nancy Gunson|
|6||The Ancient Chapel of Toxteth||Brian D. Griffin|
|8||Some Ridgway/Morley/Ashworth Records||Leonard G. King|
|13||A Rare Print on a Creamware Jug||Diana Darlington|
|13||Devotional Porcelain Figures||Peter Bradshaw|
|17||Dame Alice or the Widow of Zarephath||Nancy Gunson|
|19||Fire in a China Warehouse||Angela Cox|
|19||The Fire in Hanging Sword Alley - a Footnote||Elizabeth Adams|
|19||Pottery and Porcelain in the Doncaster Museum||T.G. Manby -|
|22||Potter or Salesman? a Postscript||R.S. Edmundson|
|23||Mayer and Newbold||Bill Saks|
|23||Staffordshire Potters in Sussex||Jeremy Stedman|
|24||Staffordshire Porcelain||Geoffrey Godden|
|24||York Art Gallery-The Milner-White Gift||Rodney and Eileen Hampson|
|25||Notes on Neale||Philip Miller|
|27||Saltglazed Stoneware from Nottingham and Derbyshire||Pamela J. Wood|
|28||Eighteenth Century Coffee Cans||Margaret Newton|
|29||Letter to the Editor||R.S. Edmundson|
|29||Some Manufacturers, Trades and Crafts Linked with the Pottery Industry||Ronald Brown|
|29||The Masons: A Dynasty of Potters|
|34||Book Reviews and Other Publications|
|41||Notices of Exhibitions and Courses.|
|41||Society Meetings 1981|