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Newsletter 54 - June 1984
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|2||A New Piece from the Rotherham Old Pottery||Catherine Ross|
|8||Miles Mason and the Landscape of Inheritance||Reginald Haggar|
|13||Samuel Hollins of Vale Pleasant||Ivor Robertshaw|
|19||Robinson Revisited||John J. Murray|
|22||Lecture Meeting:Manufacture and Technical Developments in Staffordshire 1660-1760|
|23||I didn't Know They Had Any Pots||Eileen and Rodney Hampson|
|24||Mirror Image Transfer Prints||Maurice Milbourn|
|26||Holly Royde 1984|
|26||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|29||The Vicar of Caverswall||Anthony Thomas|
|29||Britannicus Dresden China||Ralph Mears|
|30||An Eighteenth Century View of the Pottery Industry||Elizabeth Adams|
|33||North Staffordshire Potters in 1811||Rodney Hampson|
|37||From the News: Snippets||Anne Eatwell and Ronald B. Brown|
|38||A Wellington Glass and China Dealer||Anthony Thomas|
|38||George Orwell and the Potteries||Rodney Hampson|
|40||Tea With Shelley||Nancy Gunson|
|42||Sale Room Report: A Collection of Neale Pottery||Norman Stretton|
|44||Letters to the Editor|
|44||Rockingham Tea Ware Pattern Numbers||Muriel Eaglestone|
|45||Seminars and Lectures|