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|3||Obituary - John Bentley||Derek Chitty|
|4||Reports of Meetings|
|4||28th October 2000 : Digging for Liverpool Porcelain||Maurice Hillis|
|5||28th October 2000 : Ceramics and Christopher Dresser||Harry Lyons|
|6||25th November 2000 : Brown Stoneware of the C17th & C18th||Jonathan Horne|
|9||The Watney Collection Sales 1999-2000 -Vital Statistics and Reflections||David Beaton|
|14||The Watney Sale - Part 3||Tony Thomas|
|19||Ceramic Art Pottery Jewellry||Ruth Hunt|
|22||Ceramic Curiosities 2- A 1906 English "Juleplatte"||Mike Macphail'|
|25||Ubiquitous But Largely Anonymous, Bridgeless Willow||Martha Wolf and Frank Davenport|
|42||Help Wanted and Help Given:- Painted Pearlware||J. C. Maynard|
|42||Help Wanted and Help Given:Quite a Pickle||Michael Sanderson|
|44||Potteries Jotteries No. 79||Rodney Hampson|
|45||Books: The Limehouse Porcelain Manufactory Excavations at 108-116 Narrow Street, London, 1990|
|45||Books: Blue and White Chinese Porcelain Around the World|
|46||Books: The Australian Wedgwood Society Of New South Wales - Review No.1|
|47||Diary and Exhibitions|
|52||Agenda - Annual General Meeting|