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Newsletter 123 - Sept 2001

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
2 Membership Renewal
3 Obituary - Margaret Ironside Peter Hyland
4 Obituary - Roy Twigg Tony Thomas
5 Annual General Meeting
15 Reports of Meetings
15 28th April, 2001 : The Bishop and Stonier Partnerships: 1851-1932 Robin Gurnett
16 28th April, 2001 : W(***) Part 1:The Billingsley Connection Michael Bailey
19 19th May, 2001 : Display on the dinner table: ephemeral decorations, ceramics and etiquette 1650-1850 Robin Emmerson
21 Art and Industry:- A weekend seminar held by the NCS in association with the lronbridge Gorge Trust
23 Summer Visit - Rode Hall, Cheshire
25 "Elegance and Utility": A Ceramic Weekend
26 Stowage on Ships - Do Not Trust A Geordie Bearing Sherds Harold Blakey
28 T.H. & Co'sBengal Tiger Jack and Joyce Cockerill
31 William Hackwood, Pottery Manufacturer Brian Bates
32 Colour Illustrations
34 Bovey Tracey Porcelain, 1767-1774 ? the clues Brian Adams and Tony Thomas
45 Amendments to Pattern No. Chart
46 More Noiseless Ware Jill Turnbull
48 The Turner? Version of the Basket of Flowers Pattern Marjorie Thacker
51 Did David Wilson Supply James Mist? Field McIntyre
53 The 'Truro' Mosaic Jug and Boote's Patents Rodney Hampson
55 Edward Blakeway Esq., - Not a Potter Roger Edmundson
57 Help Wanted and Help Given
59 Potteries Jotteries No. 81 Rodney Hampson
60 Books
62 Diary & Exhibitions
64 Publications