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Newsletter 114 - June 1999

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 The Daniel Collectors' Circle, Snippets of Interest
4 Reports of Meetings
8 Obituary - Franklin A. Barrett Denis Blake Roberts
9 Scholarship Award Announcement
9 Invitation - Phillips Auctioneers, Leeds
10 Clifton Park Museum, Rotherham Terry Lockett
11 Another Leeds Figure John D. Griffin
13 Leon Potts - Designer and Modeller, Shorter & Son Ltd., Stoke-on-Trent Keith Potts
17 Humble Pie John S. W. Brierley
19 Miles Mason's Shell Pattern . . No. 208 Velma Young
20 Yellow Shells Margaret Ironside
21 Tams for Real: Jesse Tams, 1841-1846 and 1865 Rodney Hampson
23 Factory Z Jugs Gill Wight
24 T. Baddeley, Enameller, Hanley John Howell
25 Staffordshire For the Governor?: Nineteenth Century Pottery Shards from First and Second Government House, Sydney Mike Macphail
27 Whose Pink Lustre Cottage is it? John Cockerill
30 The Masons of Lane Delph: The Rockingham Connection Alwyn & Angela Cox
34 To Match a Jug - an embryo blue painted pearlware group Lois M. Roberts
36 New for the Nineties: Some Recent Acquisitions at Sunderland Museum and Art Gallery Sue Newell
44 Donovan: Did He or Didn't He? John Harbold
47 Help Given, Help Wanted: - The "Mulligrubs" Plaque
47 Help Given, Help Wanted: - Lord Nelson Remembered: reproduction or tribute
48 Help Given, Help Wanted: - New Hall Patterns
48 Help Given, Help Wanted: - Arthur Minton
49 Potteries Jotteries No. 72
51 Books
52 Diary and Exhibitions
53 Society Publications