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Newsletter 95 - Sept 1994
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|4||Report of the Annual General Meeting. May 1994|
|9||Hamiliton's Stoke Earthenware||Trevor Markin|
|13||Knitting Sheaths||Clarice Blakey|
|15||Cliff Bank Works. Stoke||Peter Roden|
|15||The Pattern Number Chart|
|16||A dated Yorkshire Loving Cup||Mike Mcphail|
|16||The Tams Patent Measure||Robert S Slatcher|
|18||Minton's Shop Book 17||Duncan Langford|
|20||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|20||John Smith - an appreciation||Rodney Hampson|
|21||Soap Rock Licences. Research Report 4||Sonia Parkinson|
|27||Sources for Bird decoration||Field McIntyre|
|29||18th Century Exports from Liverpool||Rose Meldrum|
|30||J & E Baddeley and Job Meigh||Clarice & Harold Blakey|
|33||Ilkeston Pottery - a chronology||Suzanne Whitehead|
|33||Richard Evans and Ilkeston Pottery||Suzanne Whitehead|
|35||The Pseudo Chinese Seal Marks (31-50)||Margaret Ironside|
|39||Turtle Pots||Barbara Tomkins|
|40||Errors and Omissions|
|43||Help Given and Help Wanted|
|45||A Palin Plate||Geoffrey Fisk|
|46||A Herculaneum Teapot|