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Newsletter 77 - Mar 1990

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
3 City Museum & Art Gallery The N.C.S. President
6 The Clifton Dish Florence V. Sibson
7 Paper Chase (Record Offices) Trevor Markin & others
9 Monochrome Landscapes on Earthenware Ray Parkin
9 The Uppark Fire Valerie Milford
11 A "Caroline" Transfer printed jug Jonathan Rickard
12 A Named and Dated Pearlware Jug Jonathan Rickard
13 Excavations at Lambeth/Vauxhall Pottery Noel Scott
14 A Liaison between Plymouth and Bovey David Holgate
16 The Bovey Tracey Connection - continued Anthony Thomas
22 A Victorian Chelsea Jug Joyce & John Cockerill
24 The Crockery & Glass Journal Victoria Bergesen
25 A Turkish Delight: re-attribution Dr Peter Bradshaw
26 The Pale Family Dr Peter Bradshaw
29 A Creamware Spitting-pot Jennifer Moody
30 Cries of London on Adams Earthenwares Dr David Furniss
32 A Delft Pattern for Attribution Roger Hensman
33 More Oddfellows Mrs D Otto, Dr & Mrs A Cox
34 Gaps in Green Glaze Barbara Tomkins
40 From "Eclogues" Lionel Burman
41 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
42 Wedgwood in Theatreland Una des Fontaines
43 Bakers: a family of lesser known potters Allan H Townsend
43 Pineapple Moulded Jugs (Harley) Ivor Robertshaw
46 The Milan Mystery Deepens Audrey Dudson
47 Terra Cotta (continued) David Richardson
51 Three Delft Wine-bin Labels G Wynham Bowen
53 Keele and Oriental Expressions
53 An Unrecorded Mark? Peter Jones
54 William Bemrose and his Collection Elizabeth Adams
54 Huson - a Retailer's Mark Miranda Skinner
56 Books
59 Three Aynsley Black Prints John W Bentley
61 Diary Dates
63 Publications
64 AGM Agenda