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Newsletter 51 - Sept 1983
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|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|
|34||Letters to the Editor|
|35||The Coalport Conference: Two Centuries of Tableware and Etiquette|