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Newsletter 74 - June 1989

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
2 Paper chase - Seacombe Pottery. Helen Williams
6 Hidden treasure - spittoons. Dr Nigel Cooke
7 Commondale Clay and Staffordshire Knowhow. John Cockerill
9 Grace Newell, Groundlayer. Dr. Jacqueline Sarsby
11 Leeds Plaques and Medallions. Ron Morley
12 Terra-cotta (continued). David Richardson
18 Grace Darling and the Forfarshire L.D.& M. Leader
20 Leeds Basalts, Small Pieces. Ivor Robertshaw
23 Lecture Report -Limehouse, Newcastle & Bristol
23 A Neale Dish. Ray Parkin
24 Armorial Creamware - Neale/Wilson. Harold Blakey
25 Foresight of Fox Talbot Pauline Agius
26 Wm. Cotton - Corn Factor and Hop Merchant Norman Stretton
27 Poole Stoneware Roger Chambers
28 The "Nancy Gunson Teapot" Pat Halfpenny
29 A Pearlware Sporting Jug Ray Parkin
30 William Tombleson - ceramic artist? Trevor Markin
31 Michael Shelley of Lane End Rodney Hampson
32 A Shrewsbury Mug Shirley and Roger Edmundson
34 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
35 Wedgwood-Rockingham Dr. Alwyn & Angela Cox
36 Char and Charpots Rodney Hampson
37 A Herculaneum Sugar Bowl & Cover Geoffrey Godden
37 Family History, Kent of Stubbs & Kent. Roger Pomfret
38 Westall Source Engravings (continued).
40 Harley or Herculaneum? Louise Richardson
41 Chinese Juvenile Sports.
43 Minton Pattern No. 252. Derek Chitty
43 Minton Bone China in the Early Years
44 Pattern Number Chart. Robert Scarlett
45 Lustre Wares Geoffrey Godden
45 Kiderminster Pottery Rodney Hampson
46 Maling Pottery Dr. Catherine Ross
47 Rouletted Borders John Adeney
47 A Tea pot, whereabouts unknown Norma Wright
47 Thomas & Higginbotham of Dublin.
48 Diary dates and notices.