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Newsletter 91 - Sept 1993
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|1||Northern Ceramic Society Programme|
|3||Report of the Annual General Meeting|
|10||Coalport Earthen wares||John and Sally Wyatt|
|16||Wilson of Hanley||Marjorie Thacker|
|17||Viewpoints||L A Compton|
|21||A Provincial Pot and a Metropolitan Cricketer||Ron Morley|
|24||Turner's Patent t/b and its Chinese inspiration||Olive Talbot|
|25||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|25||Caudles and Candles||Robin Reilly|
|27||Candles or Caudles||Rodney Hampson|
|28||Two Armorial Pieces||Derrick Kay|
|29||An Unusual Wedgwood Coffee pot||Peter Jones|
|29||An Appeal by the Bowes Museum|
|30||Joseph Sewell of Newcastle||Gilbert Versluys & Ian McHarg|
|32||G F Bowers. pattern numbers and handles||David Richardson|
|36||Terra Tersia Wares||Minnie Holdaway|
|37||Another Angel and Banner jug||Diana Fryde|
|38||Chrysanthemums, angels and pad marks||David Beaton|
|39||Troutbeck, Tunstall and transfer printing||Rodney Hampson|
|40||Yarm-on-Tees||John and Joyce Cockerill|
|41||A House Inventory of 1846||Robert Stones|
|42||Help Given and Help Wanted|
|47||The Survival and Dating of Sewell's Shape Book||Nick Dolan|