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Newsletter 118 - June 2000
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|2||Editorial; Corrections; Snippets of Interest|
|3||Obituary - John Becker||Roger & Shirley Edmundson|
|4||Reports of Meetings|
|4||25th March 2000 : Historic Pottery-making & Decorating Techniques||Keith Farmer|
|6||15th April 2000 : Scottish Pottery and Porcelain||John Griffin|
|7||Scholarship Award Announcement|
|8||National Museum of Australian Pottery|
|9||Miles Mason 'Commode' (Silver-Shaped) Teapots||Alan Grove|
|11||A Black Basalt Obconical Shape Creamer||Trevor Markin|
|13||References in Literature to Bow and Chelsea||Mary Hawkins|
|14||Operatives Manufactory, High Street, Burslem||Laurence Hanning|
|16||Matchings Produced by Spode||Lionel Burman|
|17||A Derby Sauceboat||Dr. Trevor Darling|
|19||A Cache of China||Jean & Charles Bawden|
|21||The History of the West Cumberland Potteries - Part 3||Florence Sibson|
|25||English Ceramics for the Caribbean||Terry Lockett|
|29||Multi-Colour Printed Ware by Sewell & Co.||John Cockerill|
|31||The Staffordshire Advertiser in the Newspaper Library, London||Trevor Markin|
|32||Register of Ceramic Designs||Dr. Geoffrey Goden|
|33||Caughley Society||John & Sally Wyatt|
|34||Help Wanted & Help Given:- Wedgwood & Co., Tunstall|
|34||Help Wanted & Help Given:- Toast Racks|
|34||Help Wanted & Help Given:- Concerning 'Yet Another Jug'|
|35||Potteries Jotteries No. 76||Rodney Hampson|
|36||Books:- Encyclopaedia of Marks on American, English & European Earthenware, Ironstone and Stoneware|
|36||Books:- Toby & Character Jugs|
|37||Books:- Victorian Tiles|
|37||Books:- Royal Crown Derby|
|37||Books:- British Tea and Coffee Cups - 1745-1940|
|38||Books:- Millers' Twentieth Century Ceramics|