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Newsletter 94 - June 1994
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|2||The Woodman||Clarice Blakey|
|3||Caughley Long Bridges and a note on the Rag Book||John S W Brierley|
|5||An Eric Ravilious re-issue|
|6||Ridgway's Agricultural Vase and Bartlett prints||John W Bentley|
|10||Factory Z Earthenware Jugs||Gill Wight and Trevor Markin|
|14||Coalport Earthenwares||Dr Geoffrey A Godden|
|15||The Joscelin Adams tapes||Dr David Furniss|
|17||G F Bowers - earthenwares and dessert wares||David Richardson|
|20||Contributions to the Newsletter|
|21||The Tarns Patent Measure||Robert Stones|
|22||The Cliff Bank Works, Stoke||Peter Roden|
|27||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|27||Armorial Porcelain - a further note||Derrick Kay|
|28||The Cumming Ceramic Research Foundation|
|28||Marked Pottery of Jemappes||Jack & Joyce Cockerill|
|29||The Potteries at Ticknall||Andrew Ledger|
|29||A Variation on a New Hall Old Oval Teapot||Ann de Saye Hutton|
|30||Soap Rock Licences (part 3)||Dr Sonia Parkinson|
|35||The Herbert and Sylvia Jacobs Collection||Anthony Thomas|
|38||Help given and Help Wanted|
|42||An Angel and Banner Jug||Beatrice Stocks|
|42||A Sprigged Jug||Derrick Kay|
|42||The Coalport Site Report No. 2|