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Newsletter 9 - Mar 1974
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|1||Editorial (Including Book Reviews)||Reginald Haggar|
|3||Lecture Meeting 20th October 1973 : "Northern Country Pottery" by Peter Brears||T.A.L.|
|3||Lecture Meeting 17th November 1973 : "Delftware Medical Ceramics" by Dr John Wilkinson|
|4||Letter to the Editor re Clulow And Cyples||Ivor Robertshaw|
|4||Cyples And Clewlow||Reginald Haggar|
|6||Queries and Answers|
|7||The Chinese Exhibition at Burlington House||Peter Bradshaw|
|8||Some Museum Publications||Norman Emery|
|9||Dates To Remember|
|9||Bellringers' Pitchers, Gotches And Jacks||R.G.H.|
|12||The Cost Of Living, 1841|
|12||Baby-Feeding Pots (letters of 1772 to married women)||Joanne Carmichael-Anstruther|
|13||A Miles Mason Dessert Service||Dorothy Haggar|
|14||In Praise of Cannon Hall, Barnsley (NL's 3 And 7)||Margaret Newton|
|15||The English Ceramic Circle (Change of Hon.Secretary)|
|16||A Ceramic Love Poem||Peter Bradshaw|
|16||Fairs And Auctions from a Sale Room Correspondent|
|18||English Ceramics And Some Foreign Influences (report on Holly Royde, Oct 1973)||Joanne Carmichael-Anstruther|
|18||Book Received (not reviewed)|
|18||Another Date To Remember (See Item 9)|