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|3||Minutes of the Annual General Meeting - 24th May 2003|
|13||Reports of Meetings|
|13||26th April, 2003 : London Ceramics in the C16th -C18th||Jacqui Pearce|
|16||26th April, 2003 : Bernard Leach & the Japanese Tea Ceremony||Andrew Renton|
|19||24th May, 2003 : 1785 and All That||Philip Miller|
|20||Weekend Seminar organised in conjunction with the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust: - "Archives, Alliances and Attributions"|
|22||Summer Visit - 28th June, 2003|
|23||Naked Children on North East Pots||John & Joyce Cockerill|
|28||Mr. Campbell and Mr. Drinkwater: Two Liverpool Delftware Potters||Rose Meldrum|
|31||NCS Members, pray raise your .... tea pot lids!||Enid & Bruce Moulder|
|34||Words and Meanings: Work in Progress||Charles R. Bawden|
|38||A Sample Plate||Michael Signy|
|40||Amendment to Topographical Wares Produced by Hilditch and Hopwood during the Period 1845-1855||Margaret Hewat and June M. Owen|
|41||Joseph Newton, Swinton Pot Painter||Alwyn & Angela Cox|
|47||A Cockpit Hill Teapot||Keith Docker|
|49||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|53||Potteries Jotteries No. 89||Rodney Hampson|
|58||Obituary - Joan (Billie) Pain||Bunny Davies|