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Newsletter 50 - June 1983

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
5 The Newsletter: The First Jshlf-century Terry Lockett
7 A Japanese View of Wedgwood J.K. des Fontaines
9 Prattware Griselda Lewis
18 Robert Hamilton and Silver Lustre Una des Fontaines
20 Wedgwood, Porcelain and Bow Rodney Hampson
22 Wedgwoods in London Elizabeth Adams
32 The Rathbones Philip Miller
37 A New Look at the Hudibras Jug Mellanay Delhom
48 John Turner II Maureen Leese
52 Making an Exhibition Leonard G. King
54 Lecture Meeting: Daniel
55 Pottery Jottings Rodney Hampson
56 Letters to the Editor
57 S. Daniel, Printer, Stoke: David Golding David Golding
58 Book Reviews
58 The Godden Ceramic Study Meetings, 1983
58 Society Publications
59 Future Programme