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Newsletter 139 - Sept 2005
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|3||The Special General Meeting: an explanation|
|3||Special General Meeting - 24th September 2005|
|4||Minutes of the Annual General Meeting - 28th May 2005|
|15||Reginald G. Haggar, Hon M Univ, RI, ARCA, FRSA|
|16||Saving the Sutherland Papers|
|17||Reports of Meetings|
|17||23rd April 2005 : Bodley: the people and their pots||Margaret Crumpton|
|21||28th May 2005 : English Ceramics in Australia||Terry Lockett|
|24||Summer Visit - Mortimer Wheeler House, Museum of London|
|26||"A Hale Publican"||Tony Thomas|
|28||"Separating Miles Mason Early Teaware Patterns from the WML Partnership and Thomas Wolfe"||Des Scanlon|
|40||"Joseph Poulson"||Robert Cumming|
|41||"If only cups could talk"||Joyce & Derek Chitty|
|44||"A Bulb Pot from Factory Z?"||Harold Blakey|
|48||"A New Version of the Dagger Border Pattern"||Trevor Markin|
|50||"The Mystery of Thomas Mason"||Pam Gardner|
|54||A Turner Plaque? - Not this Time||Robert Copeland, Catriona & David Maisels|
|57||Another 1820s Royal Flute teaware factory||Rob Fisk|
|60||A Danish Liaison: A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing!||Robert Copeland|
|61||Daniel Patterns||Robert Copeland|
|62||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|63||Potteries Jotteries No. 97||Rodney Hampson|