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Newsletter 99 - Sept 1995
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|2||A letter from Cookworthy||Jill Turnbull|
|3||Medieval pottery finds in Kingston||Robert Scarlett|
|3||Factory Z jugs||Trevor Markin|
|4||Annual General Meeting - May, 1995|
|9||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Pad mark 264|
|9||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Cream in tea|
|9||Pat Halfpenny||Roger Pomfret|
|10||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Leck|
|10||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Hull pottery transfers|
|11||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Daniel and earthenware|
|11||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Potpourri|
|11||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Coalport incised marks|
|12||Help Given and Help Wanted: - Pink lustre on Mason vases|
|12||Help Given and Help Wanted: - BISTO, L P & Co.|
|13||Lowestoft Willow Pattern||Tony Bunce|
|14||Two Collectors' Societies|
|15||Clews Earthenwares||M Ironside, R & M Buss, C & H Blakey|
|17||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|18||Thomas Minton and Land Tax records||Rodney Hampson|
|18||Thomas Poulson. Potter||Trevor Markin|
|19||Archaeological investigation in Longton||Katey Sheale|
|23||A Source for a scene on Coalport||John Harbold|
|25||Spode "Chinese" blue and white replacements||Anthony Bunce|
|26||Spode cup with a Copeland replacement saucer||Laurie Henning|
|28||A rare New Hall teapot Shape||Peter S Morrell|
|29||New light on cup plates||Isabel Lockett|
|30||Reeded Caughley Wares||John S Brierley|
|31||In Defence of Martin Randall||Roger Edmundson|
|33||Buy a Broom (W Smith & Co.)||Joyce & John Cockerill|