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Newsletter 123 - Sept 2001
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|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|
|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|
|62||Diary & Exhibitions|