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Newsletter 122 - June 2001
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|2||Editorial and NCS Website|
|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||28th February, 2001 : Ware for a Good Man - Wedgwood and Worlitz||Gaye Blake Roberts|
|3||28th February, 2001 : Isleworth Porcelain||Roderick Jellicoe|
|5||24th March, 2001 : Adam Buck Prints - A Regency Fashion||Ken Bowers and Jack Cockerill|
|7||24th March, 2001 : The Don Pottery 1801-1893||John Griffin|
|9||Four Rococo Hilditch Jugs||June M. Owen|
|12||John Wilkinson - Potter and Ironmaster???||Florence Sibson|
|15||The Buffalo Pattern - A Speculative View||Charles Bawden|
|18||"Angel and Banner Mark" - Attribution -||Margaret Ironside|
|19||"Truro"? Another Patent Mosaic||Catriona & David Maisels|
|21||A Tale of Two Tea Canisters||Anthony Thomas|
|23||Operatives Manufactory, High Street, Burslem||Laurence Henning|
|25||A Head of his Time||Harry Blackburn|
|35||Whitehaven Pottery Darning Eggs||Florence Sibson|
|37||Carey's - Manufacturers of Earthenware, Ironstone and Bone China - 1818-1842||Jennifer Moody|
|48||Phillips Auctioneers - Invitation|
|48||Potteries Museum Restructure|
|49||Help Wanted and Help Given- Samuel Alcock|
|49||Help Wanted and Help Given- "Quite a Pickle"|
|50||Help Wanted and Help Given - Pattern Numbers on Coalport Teapots|
|50||Help Wanted and Help Given - Maker Unknown ?|
|51||Index to Potteries Jotteries 1981-2001||Rodney Hampson|
|57||Potteries Jotteries No. 80||Rodney Hampson|
|58||Books: The Don Pottery 1801-1893|
|59||Books : - Thomas Rose's Coalport Porcelains Bicentenary Exhibition|
|60||Scholarship Award Announcement|
|61||Diary, Exhibitions and Museums|