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Newsletter 84 - Dec 1991
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|1||Arnold Mountford - an appreciation||The Chairman|
|3||Arnold Mountford||Miranda Skinner|
|4||The Liverpool Exhibition - 1993|
|5||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|5||Enoch Wood's Beehive and Cottage||Gilbert Versluys|
|6||The Forfarshire - again!||Catriona Mailsels|
|7||Two unusual marks|
|8||A Bale of Hemp and a Bump in the Night||Derek Chitty|
|10||The first Salt-glaze Enameller?||Miranda Goodby|
|10||Early Mentions of Bone china||Rodney Hampson|
|12||William Tombleson Ceramic Artist||Trevor Markin|
|13||Pieces from the Bar Convent exhibition|
|15||A Ray & Wynne Cup and Teapot||John Harbold|
|16||Did you know?||Miranda Goodby|
|17||Minton Blue and White Pattern List||Geoffrey Priestman|
|21||The Carrisbrooke Castle jugs|
|22||John Lucock - an appeal for help||Brian Allaker|
|25||Two Bow Cooks and the Cries of Paris||Dr Peter Bradshaw|
|28||Corrections and an updating|
|29||Thomas Wolfe's wares from Stoke-on-Trent||Trevor Markin|
|37||Help Given, Help Wanted|