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Newsletter 96 - Dec 1994
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|3||Revision of Rules of the NCS|
|8||Some Wedgwood Obituaries||Rodney Hampson|
|10||Who was Who?||Comp (L A Compton)|
|17||The Leeds Intelligencer (Portland Vase)||Ron Morley|
|17||Design Registration Archives|
|18||Wedgwood Letters||Rodney Hampson|
|20||Closure of The Bar Convent Museum. York from Sheila Bidgood 20||Sheila Bidgood|
|21||The Agricultural Vase||John Bentley and others|
|23||W Smith's Select Views||Jack Cockerill|
|24||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|25||A Clews Char Dish||Bill Schaeffer|
|25||J T Morton of Filey||Joyce Cockerill|
|26||Coalport Earthenwares||Roger Edmundson|
|29||Palin & Co||Harold Blakey|
|30||Westpans - the W Smith, Wilson, Gibson, Smils partnership||Jill Turnbull|
|35||Stowage on ships||Nick Dolan|
|36||The impressed mark 'CALAIS'||Trevor Markin|
|37||More Factory Z Earthenware Jugs||Trevor Markin|
|40||Knitting Sheaths||Sheila Bidgood|
|42||A Thomas Baddeley Jug||John Howell|
|44||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|50||Archaeology in Longton||Katey Sheale|