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Newsletter 109 - Mar 1998
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|2||Editorial, Stop Press, Digging for Early Porcelain: The Archaeology of 18th-Century British Porcelain Factories|
|4||Yorkshire Pottery: Identifying Early Blue Printed Patterns of the Circa. 1785-1810 Period||Renard Broughton|
|17||Paper Chase - The P.R.O. and the Family History Centre||Harold Blakey|
|21||Dudson Printed Wares: A Shard is Reunited with it's Pattern||Catriona Maisels|
|23||A Ticket of Admission Issued by Duesbury & Co||Andrew P. Ledger|
|25||Whence the Breakfast Cup?||Murray Pollinger|
|27||Real Ceramics Restoration||Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas|
|30||Enoch Wood, John Ward, and W(***)||Michael J. Banham|
|32||Shorthose Teawares (Continued)||Catriona and David Maisels|
|33||Help Given, Help Wanted : - Factory Identification Required|
|34||Help Given, Help Wanted : - Sunderland Lustre Plaque|
|34||Help Given, Help Wanted : - Newhall's "Kent" Service|
|35||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|44||Annual General Meeting - Agenda|