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Newsletter 92 - Dec 1992

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Leonard Whiter Robert Copeland
4 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
4 Mrs Dora Shaw Robert Stones
4 Editorship of the Journal
5 Revision of the Society's Rules Roger Pomfret, Chairman
9 Licences to Mine Soap Rock in the Lizard Peninsular Dr Sonia Parkinson
13 Thomas Rose at Coalport W H T John
17 Cricket Jugs Robert Stones
18 Another Pad mark Priscilla Seidler
19 A Clutch of Pad Marks Margaret Ironside
21 Factory X - the case against John Turner Trevor Markin
28 A Rare Creamware Double-salt Ron Hawkins
29 Landscape as Portrait - a Chamberlain's Worcester Service John Harbold
33 Armorial Porcelain Derrick Kay
33 The Earthenware Shop 1747 Harold Blakey
34 Help Given and Help Wanted
36 Two Jugs - Neale arid David Wilson Harold Blakey & Jeremy Stedman
37 A Sewells Desk Set or Ink Stand Harold Blakey & Robert Stones
38 Caughley and Coalport, La Terre Pattern John S W Brierley
38 More Sewells pieces
40 Hicks, Meigh & Johnson L G Holmes
41 Coalport Earthenwares (continued) John and Sally Wyatt
46 The Cumming Research Foundation
46 Well Worth a Visit
47 Cheese Dishes Audrey Dudson
47 Maling, Ault and Baccarat Fakes Nick Dolan
47 Riddle of the prints (Napoleonic print) Nick Dolan
48 Books
50 Corrections, Explanations and Apologies
51 Diary
52 NCS Publications