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Newsletter 74 - June 1989
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|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.|