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Newsletter 116 - Dec 1999
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|2||Editorial, Renewal of Subscriptions and The Daniel Collector's Society|
|4||Obituary - Margaret Mary Newton 1913-1999||Terence A. Lockett|
|5||Index to Newsletters - an introduction||Peter Hyland|
|6||Historic Pottery-making & Decorating Techniques (Exhibition)|
|7||Keele University Ceramics Summer School 2000||Roger Pomfret|
|8||Re-attributed Early Porcelains by Dr. Geoffrey Godden||Maurice Hillis|
|10||Burslem Land Tax for 1822||Rodney Hampson|
|13||A Hilditch Group "B" Ware Dessert Service Circa 1830||June M. Owen|
|18||The Yorkshire Toby||Keith Docker|
|22||W(***) Leaf Dishes in Creamware & Green Glaze||Michael V. Bailey|
|25||Some Ashtead Pottery Nursery Wares||Mike Macphail|
|28||The Watney Sale||Tony Thomas|
|35||Two new Tyneside Marks?||John Cockerill|
|37||Burslem Rate Book 1802||Rodney Hampson|
|42||A Moulded Jug||Michael Gibson|
|43||Newport Pottery Co. Before Clarice||Mike Macphail|
|45||Help Wanted & Help Given : - Oriental Blue and White|
|45||Help Wanted & Help Given : - For Help with Attribution|
|46||Potteries jotteries No. 74||Rodney Hampson|
|47||Books : - Godden's Guide to Ironstone Stone & Granite Wares|
|48||Books : - New Handbook of British Pottery & Porcelain Marks|
|48||Diary and Exhibitions|