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Newsletter 40 - Dec 1980

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
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
40 Society Publications
41 Notices of Exhibitions and Courses.
41 Society Meetings 1981