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Newsletter 124 - Dec 2001
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|3||NCS/Keele Summer School - Aug,2001|
|6||Merrsr. Boote's Patent: The Manufacture of pottery and such like Wares||Lance Fuller|
|9||Drewry & Son (or not) - That is the Question||Joyce and Derek Chitty|
|11||Green Glaze - Overlapping Leaves and Attributions||Barbara Tomkins|
|16||The Swinglehirst Jug, ca. 1828||Benjamin L. Allen|
|18||Industrial Espionage and Ceramic Folklore||Charles Bawden|
|23||Limehouse Potting Pots||Trevor Darling|
|28||An Attribution to Coalport||John Walsh|
|33||A Caneware Jug Marked "Jackfield & Co. Salopian||Roger Edmundson|
|43||A Documentary Angel and Banner Jug||Roger Pomfret|
|45||More on the "Bengal Tiger"||Robert Copeland|
|47||Black Basalt Coffee Pot||Peter Mobbs|
|48||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|50||Potteries Jotteries No. 82||Rodney Hampson|