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Newsletter 91 - Sept 1993

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 Northern Ceramic Society Programme
2 Editorial
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
48 Books
51 Diary
52 NCS Publications