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Newsletter 131 - Sept 2003

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
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
46 November Meeting
47 A Cockpit Hill Teapot Keith Docker
49 Help Wanted and Help Given
53 Potteries Jotteries No. 89 Rodney Hampson
54 Books
58 Obituary - Joan (Billie) Pain Bunny Davies
59 Museums News
61 Diary
63 Exhibitions
64 Publications