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Newsletter 75 - Sept 1989

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
2 Paul Atterbury and the Doulton Frieze
3 The Warrillow Collection of Photographs John W. Bentley
4 Peter Bates 1802? Debbie Skinner
7 Richard Daniel, 1849-1861 Rodney Hampson
9 Toby takes Snuff Dr Nigel T Cooke
10 ·   Marsden Horse Ron Morley
11 more Basalt curiosities and fakes Ron Morley
15 Research Methods (Thomas Wolfe) Trevor Markin
17 Soil Hill Pottery
18 The Moulded Jugs of Samuel Alcock Dr Dick Henrywood
28 A Spode hybrid hard-paste jug? Betty Reed
30 Annual General Meeting, May 20th 1989
36 Another Holly Royde!
39 T'wo more marks Derek Chitty
40 A political election jug Ron Govier
41 Two Sprigged and slip decorated pieces Ray Parkin
42 Three times lucky (Davenport porcelain) Diana Darlington
44 Cataloguing impressed decoration John Adeney
46 Wardle's Art Pottery Joy Hallam
46 Glass hats and Herculaneum vases Tony Thomas
47 Westall prints & Thomas Goodwin Trevor Markin
49 Books
49 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
50 The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge
51 Future Events
52 Society Publications