Qkd Efiwms

Cniii^KA. Kslnhliiilu'it 1745; »-«twiitl 1769« Tranhfumal tn I nui.sbury, of 1 hrby.

CtxMiiman cmmm

I1AVNKS, JHUAVYN & Ou CAMltKlAN Pi)TTKI<Y, SWANSKA.

Svvanska. Established 1750; taken by (». llaym% 1780 \ ceased i8ao, tuid removed to Cuali>ort<

234 I'OTTKRV AND l'ORCKLAIN. WALKS—IRELAND.

OPAQUE CHINA. SWANSEA. Swansea.

ISWAKSEÄl

PILLWYN^C5]

SWANSEA

Svvansha. Marks.

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Llanrlly. Founded by Chambers. In 1868, Woivnzou and Co.

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Nantgarw. Established 1813, by Billingsley ; ceased 1820.

NANTGARW.

Dum,in. Uncertain. About 1760.

DONOVAN.

Donovan, Dublin.

Bkluckk. Established 1856, by Messrs. Armstrong and McBirney.

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