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Newsletter 60 - Dec 1985
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|5||Factory Z(*!@+) and All That||Harold Blakey|
|7||A Mystery Porcelain Factory|
|9||The Majolica Factory at Makkum||Margaret Newton|
|13||Breakfast in Bath||Valerie Milford|
|14||A Cautionary Tale||Alma and Geoffrey Barnes|
|14||6 Jugs Purlwit (sic) and Borders||Harold Blakey|
|15||Abstracts from Pigot's Directories Part III||J.P.M. Latham|
|20||A Davenport Basket:||Alan Cleaver|
|22||Lecture Meeting: The Early Blue Printed Wares of Wedgwood|
|23||"Plates with Holes in" - An appreciation of Donald Towner||Tom Walford|
|25||The Cube Teapot||Rose Meldrum|
|26||The Northern Ceramic Society Journal 1987|
|28||A B C,Adams, Bridgewood or Cochrane?|
|28||Stephen Folch: An appeal for information|
|30||One for the Pot||John W. Bentley|