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Newsletter 51 - Sept 1983

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
2 A New Look at the Hudibras Jug. Part 2 Mellanay Delhom
13 The Bowcock Material Bernard Watney
16 Earthenware Retailers of the Nineteenth Century Dick Henrywood
18 A Dish for Russia Margaret Whitehurst
19 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
19 A Creamware Terminal Rodney Hampson
20 Holly Royde 1983
21 A Rhodes Creamware Teapot Anthony Thomas
23 Lecture Meeting: Industrialised Slipware and Mocha Nancy Gunson
24 Rare Gothic Herculaneum Mark Dr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Rakow
26 Numbered Patterns Michael Berthoud
27 Annual General Meeting
32 Exhibitions
34 Seminars
34 Letters to the Editor
35 New Publications
35 Book Reviews
35 The Coalport Conference: Two Centuries of Tableware and Etiquette
38 Society Publications
39 Future Programme