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Newsletter 110 - June 1998
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|2||Editorial, Scholarship Award Announcement and Pattern Number Chart - update|
|4||Obituary - Alan Jones|
|5||Obituary - Major Guy N. Dawnay|
|6||Major Guy N. Dawnay - Some Personal Recollections||Alwyn and Angela Cox|
|8||Obituary - Jack Hacking||Roger Pomfret and Barry Lomax|
|9||Oh Helpful Potter!||Joyce & Derek Chitty and Lynne Price|
|11||More Machin Teawares||Bruce and Enid Moulder|
|13||Comments on "Whence the Breakfast Cup"||John Bentley|
|15||Pot Pats||Ken Bowers|
|19||A Grotesquely Decorated Coalport Coffee Can||Laurie Hanning|
|21||Turner and the Red "X" Mark: A Puzzle||Stephen Brant|
|23||"Basket" by Bathwell & Goodfellow & Others||Catriona & David Maisels|
|26||Look Out For Assyrians: A Teapot Adventure||Murray Pollinger|
|28||Rivets and Stamps||Terry Lockett|
|31||The Milan and Associated Mysteries Solved?||Audrey Dudson|
|34||The "Liverpool CM" Jugs||Peter Hyland|
|36||The "London" Mark||John Cockerill|
|38||Forgeries or Reproductions||Peter Bradshaw|
|40||The Midhope Pottery and the Index of English Documentary Pottery - 1765-1815 - The Question of the J.B.A. 1798 Teapot||Sheila Bidgood|
|47||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Black Printed Cup|
|47||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Newhall's "Kent" Service|
|48||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Daniel Earthenware|
|48||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Wiliam Stanley - Staffordshire Potter|
|50||Potteries Jotteries No. 68|
|54||Diary and Exhibitions|