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Newsletter 98 - June 1995
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|1||Newsletter Editors||Roger Pomfret|
|2||Rodney and Eileen Hampson|
|3||Staffordshire Pottery Factories in the 1870s||Rodney Hampson|
|4||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|5||Sewell or Dawson?||Alwyn and Angela Cox|
|7||Caughley Fluted Wares||John S W Brierley|
|12||Unearthed at the Stafford Pottery||Jack & Joyce Cockerill|
|14||The Wedgewood Pottery||Jack Cockerill|
|16||Vanessa Bell||Sadia Walsh|
|17||Thomas Minton - Engraver?||Geoffrey Godden|
|17||A Royal Visit||Victoria Bergesen|
|19||Thomas Minton - Engraver!||Harold Blakey|
|20||The Peter Bates Loving Cup|
|21||Ralph Wedgwood||Harold Blakey|
|24||Scholarship Award Announcement|
|24||Extra copies of Newsletters|
|25||A Felspathic Stoneware Jug||Harold & Rosie Cooke|
|25||A Sewell & Donkin Vase||Michael Gibson|
|26||Help Given and Help Wanted|
|33||More Factory Z Possibles|
|34||Attribution of Factory Z to Thomas Wolfe||Trevor Markin|
|38||Blue sprigged jugs - a possible lead||Margaret Ironside|
|39||Thomas Harley||Clarice Blakey and others|
|41||Thomas Martin Randall||Jonathan Gray|
|42||A jug with a Methodist connection||Laurie Henning|
|44||NCS Publications & Museum Shop|