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Newsletter 92 - Dec 1992
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|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|
|50||Corrections, Explanations and Apologies|