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Newsletter 134 - June 2004
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||28th February, 2004 : Slipware - its History and Techniques||Barbara Blenkinship|
|8||28th February, 2004 : Decoration of English Tin Glaze Earthenware:- origins and influences||Dr. John Black|
|10||27th March, 2004 : Ceramics on the Margin: the impact of industrial ceramics on a remote community||David Barker|
|13||27th March, 2004 : Shipwreck Ceramics||Robert McPherson|
|16||24th April, 2004 : Charles Bourne Porcelain||Michael Standerline|
|18||Seminar Report, Chancellors, Manchester University:- Innovation & Imitation in 18th Century English Porcelain|
|20||Summer Visit - Saturday, 26th June, 2004|
|21||Pad Marks||Dr. R. K. Henrywood|
|29||Dutch Decoration on Newcastle Earthenware||Harold Blakey|
|33||Plus Class Porcelain and the Rogers Connection||Trevor Markin|
|35||Further Light on the Liverpool Potteries||David Atherton|
|38||Stephen Folch - An answer, but more questions||Jennifer Moody|
|46||A Wedgwood Bone China Cup and Saucer||Lois Roberts|
|47||Blooming Pad Marks||Emlyn Roberts|
|49||D and Edwin Cocker, Figure Modellers, and sons(?) of George Cocker (1794-1868)||Tony Lonton|
|52||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|56||Potteries Jotteries No. 92||Rodney Hampson|
|57||Scholarship Award Announcement|
|64||Photocopying Service of out-of-print NCS Journal and Newsletter articles to aid Members' Research|