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Newsletter 134 - June 2004

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
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 Books
57 Scholarship Award Announcement
58 Museums News
61 Diary
63 Exhibitions
64 Photocopying Service of out-of-print NCS Journal and Newsletter articles to aid Members' Research