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Newsletter 119 - Sept 2000
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|2||Editorial and Note for Your Diary|
|3||Annual General Meeting - Minutes|
|11||Obituary - Michael Dara Gibson||Clarice & Harold Blakley|
|12||Obituary - Irene MacDonalad||Peter Mobbs|
|13||Summer Visit - National Museum of Wales||Hilary Thomas|
|15||Underglaze Painting from South Yorkshire||Lois Roberts|
|18||The Watley Sale - Part 2||Tony Thomas|
|23||A Potter Meat Pot???||Dr. Trevor Darling|
|25||If the Shoe/Slipper Fits - Wear It||Bill Saks|
|29||A New Hall Plate, Chocolate Cup, Jug and Sucrier||Terry Ratherham|
|37||Whitehaven Pottery||Florence Sibson|
|38||Jonathan Leak, Master Potter and Criminal||Barrie Raynor|
|43||The Reuter Influence at the Vine Pottery, Stoke||Peter Goodfellow|
|47||Canney Hill or Sunderland?||Alan Grace|
|49||Potters in the First Half of the 17th Century||Diana Grant|
|52||Wedgwood, Watt, Engine Lathes and Glasgow Potteries||Rodney Hampson|
|54||Help Wanted & Help Given - Pattern Numbers on Coalport Teapots|
|55||Help Wanted & Help Given -Caughley Miniatures|
|56||Potteries Jotteries No. 77||Rodney Hampson|
|57||Books - A Pottery Panorama - Dudson Bicentenary 1800-2000|
|58||Books - William Littler - An English Earth Potter: 1724-1784|
|58||Books - A Bicentenary Exhibition of Thomas Rose's Coalport Porcelains|
|58||Books - Blue & White Transfer Printed Pottery|