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Newsletter 55 - Sept 1984
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|2||Exhibition, Minton Tiles 1835 - 1935||Reginald Haggar|
|6||Annual General Meeting|
|15||Brown and White Caudle||Ivor Robertshaw|
|15||Thomas Wolfe and his Associates Part II||Trevor Markin|
|22||Wedgwood and Embossed Vine Leaf||A.R. Hobbs|
|23||Chamberlains Worcester Porcelain||Gillian Wight|
|24||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|24||An Unrecorded Charles Bourne Pattern||Moira Lord|
|24||China and Glass Dealers circa 1835||R.B.Brown|
|25||Widows, Sybils or Images?||Rodney Hampson|
|25||A Sussex Bellringers Jug||Valerie Milford|
|26||A Voice from the Past||Pauline Knight|
|27||Two of a Kind||Philip Miller|
|29||Lecture Meeting: Eighteenth Century Porcelain Figures|
|34||Summer Visit 1984|
|34||Another Distinctive Anchor Mark||David Furniss|
|36||The Vicar of Caverswall||John Weston Bentley|
|38||A Victorian China Painting Set||Thomas Stedman|
|39||Letters to the Editor|