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Newsletter 110 - June 1998

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
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
52 Books
54 Diary and Exhibitions
55 Society Publications