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Newsletter 85 - Mar 1992
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|3||A Ridgway Plate in the Fitzwilliam Museum||Julia Poole|
|4||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|5||Two Maids a Milking||Diana Darlington|
|6||White dot enamelled borders on Caughley||Dr John S W Brierley|
|9||Caughley bucket shaped tea and coffee wares Sprigged Jugs and Pad marks||Peter Jones|
|11||More Sherds from the Dudson factory Site||Norma Wright|
|15||Andrew Duche - and other Savannah Potters||Rodney Hampson|
|16||Minton - an unusual combination||Dr D M Beaton|
|17||Bowers Commemorative Jugs||Elizabeth Kirby|
|18||Alcock's Moulded Jugs, an update||Dick Henrywood|
|20||Fisherman and Rod underglaze blue pattern||Trevor Markin|
|21||Black Ey'd Susan||Lionel Burman|
|22||A Liverpool Jigsaw||Peter F Jones|
|23||Help Given, Help Wanted|
|27||Wetheriggs Pottery||Rodney Hampson|
|29||Gilded Border Patterns||Margaret Ironside|
|29||Pottery Gazette & Glass Trades Review||Victoria Bergesen|
|31||Turner-type Stonewares and James Mist||Harold Blakey|
|34||Another Carisbrooke Castle type jug||John Howell|
|35||J Dixon - Copper Plate Engraver||Norman Stretton|
|43||Annual General Meeting Agenda|