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Newsletter 8 - Jan 1974
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|1||Editorial: (inc. Note on Bellringers' Jugs)||Reginald Haggar|
|1||Lecture Meeting 22nd Sept 1973 : "Staffordshire Salt-. glazed Stoneware" by Arnold Mountford.|
|2||Charles Bourne of the Foley Pottery Fenton||Pat Halfpenny|
|4||Shropshire Pottery and Porcelain in Shrewsbury Museum||Michael Messenger.|
|5||Shrewsbury Museum Ceramic Publications|
|5||A Piece of Leeds Saltglaze||Peter Walton|
|6||A Letter and an Order from Amsterdam, 1776||Reginald Haggar|
|7||Findings And Foundlings|
|7||Whitehaven Pottery||Elizabeth Adams|
|8||The Wedgwoods by A Wedgwood|
|9||The Northern Antique Dealers' Fair||Peter Bradshaw|
|10||Industrial Espionage Old Style|
|10||Northern Museums With Ceramic Collections (4) Leek, Staffs||Dorothy Haggar|
|11||More Items From Old Papers|
|12||John Baddeley, Lathe-Maker||Reginald Haggar|
|13||Some Books (Titles not Reviews)|
|13||An Ingredient of Egyptian Black|
|14||Keele Ceramics Summer School 1974 (Notice of)|